Miami City Ballet 2014 Gala
Celebrating the Company Premiere of West Side Story Suite
Friday, February 14, 2014
6 p.m. Cocktails
7 p.m. Performance
9 p.m. Dinner and Dancing
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown Miami
305-929-7000, Ext. 1408 (Sarah Buie)
Join Miami City Ballet on February 14, 2014 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and make your Valentine’s Day unforgettable with a special celebration of the timeless and iconic love story, “West Side Story Suite.” Miami City Ballet’s 2014 Gala will pay tribute to this Jerome Robbins classic as MCB’s own Sharks and Jets rumble, fall in love, dance, and sing to Leonard Bernstein’s vibrant score with its Latin rhythms, and Stephen Sondheim’s incomparable lyrics.
As one of Miami’s premiere benefit engagements, the Miami City Ballet Gala provides critical funding to support MCB performances, education, and outreach initiatives. Do not miss this opportunity to support dance and dance education while enjoying a night of spectacular entertainment.
The 2014 Gala Chairs are Margaret & Mike Eidson and Gala Co-Chair is Michael Wohl. Presenting Underwriter of West Side Story Suite is The Codina Family. Gala Honorees are R. Kirk Landon & Pam Garrison and Juan Js. & Ophelia Roca. Gala entertainment and presentations will soon be announced.
For more information, contact Sarah Buie at 305-929-7000, Ext 1408 or via email at Sarah@MiamiCityBallet.org.
About Miami City Ballet
Miami City Ballet’s mission is to preserve and produce dancers of the highest quality and to dance them as well as they can be danced, thereby creating for our audiences transcendent moments in the theater that illuminate the human experience.
Miami City Ballet School trains the next generation of dancers for Miami City Ballet and other companies worldwide, while preserving the art form. It also promotes the accessibility of a dance education for highly talented children from all backgrounds and economic circumstances and provides outreach programs for underprivileged boys and girls.
To learn more, visit www.MiamiCityBallet.org or call 305-929-7000.