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Who: Dance companies from the Miami area and around the world
What: Livestreamed performances
Where: International Ballet Festival of Miami
When: September 11-13, $10 for twenty-four-hour access to one performance
Why: Since August 15, the XXV International Ballet Festival of Miami has been showcasing prerecorded works by such companies as Ballet Parque del Conocimiento from Argentina, Ballet Metropolitano de Medellin from Colombia, the Estonian National Ballet, Lyric Dance Company from Italy, Ballet Philippines, SNG Opera Ballet Ljubljana from Slovenia, Ballet Flamenco La Rosa from America, and others. The festival concludes with a trio of livestreamed shows that begin each night at 8:00; tickets are $10 for twenty-four-hour access. On September 11, “Contemporary Performance” consists of works by Dance NOW Miami, Dance Town Miami, Ballet Inc, Ballet Flamenco la Rosa, Whole Project, Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami; on September 12, “Classical Gala” features members of Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida, Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami, Houston Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, and Milwaukee Ballet in famous classical and neo-classical pieces, along with the presentation of the “A Life for Dance” Lifetime Achievement Award to dancer, teacher, choreographer, and author Dr. Daniel Lewis; and on September 13, dancers from around the world will gather virtually for the “Closing Gala of the Stars.”

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