Arts Ballet postpones season opener

By: CultureOwl
Performing Arts
Arts Ballet postpones season opener

Due to unforeseen reasons related to the current situation with the pandemic, Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida, will be moving the opening of its 2021-2022 season to November with slight changes in their program.

The program will keep “Viva España” as part of the announced repertoire; a beautiful choreography by Artistic Director Vladimir Issaev himself. With the exhilarating music by Massenet, based on the epic story of “El Cid”, Issaev brings back to South Florida audiences a piece of pure bravura in the Spanish style.  

Included in the program audiences will enjoy Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux with a choreography by Vladimir Issaev after the original of Dolgushin, and recently performed at the International Ballet Festival of Miami by Moegi Matsuzawa and Remina Tanaka.

Following, Suite of Waltzes also choreographed by Vladimir Issaev with Music of Venezuelan pianist and composer, Teresa Carreño and a recently successful contemporary piece by nouvelle choreographer Lusian Hernandez, CORPUS with music by Frederik Chopin.

Issaev’s new troupe of dancers will display their capacity for the neo classical and contemporary style.

The new ballet “UNBROKEN” has been postponed to April of 2022.


Broward Center for the Performing Arts (Amaturo Theater)

Thursday, November 11 / 7:30 pm

201 SW 5th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312

Phone 954.462.0222 |


Aventura Arts & Cultural Center

Saturday, November 13 / 7:30 pm  

3385 NE 188th Street Aventura, FL 33180

Tickets: $ 35.00

For ticketing and additional information, please visit the new website

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