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05 - Jun
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Where:The Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Avenue,, Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States, 33139
The Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami (CCBM), artistic director Eriberto Jimenez, will present its annual Classical Gala at the Fillmore Miami Beach - Saturday, June 5 /8:00 pm. Seating is socially distanced for COVID guidelines. A beautiful program for all ages. This Gala will be the first ballet presentation LIVE ON STAGE in Miami 2021. and streaming. The performance will also be streamed live from the theater. "CCBM Annual Classical Gala" will highlight select pieces of the most famous Classical Ballet Repertoire from renowned early 1900 Russian impresario Sergei Diaghilev's "Ballet Russe". Featuring Cuban Principal Dancers, CCBM Soloists and Corps de Ballet, in collaboration with St. Lucie Ballet, with beautiful costumes and effects. Presenting: "La Bayadere" Set in the Royal India of the past it is a story of eternal love, mystery, fate, vengeance, and justice. Choreographed by the great Marius Petipa, La Bayadère was first presented at the Imperial Bolshoi Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1877 "Le Carnival" ballet became world-famous due to its production by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes. With choreography by Russian Michel Fokine the ballet evokes gallant males, coquettish females, and lovers who teasingly accept and reject each other in a series of light, humorous, and joyous incidents both touching and with a satirical undertone. "Vivendiere" with choreography by ballet stars Saint-Léon and Fanny Cerrito, premiered 1844 in London. The ballet is set in a village in Hungary and features the lovers Kathi and Hans, who must overcome the jealous machinations of the Burgomaster and the Baron. "Spectre de la Rose" a short ballet about a young girl who dreams of dancing with the spirit of a souvenir rose from her first ball. Choreographed by Michel Fokine and starring the great Nijinsky the ballet premiered in Monte Carlo in 1911 with Diaghilev's Ballet Russes.
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