Per­form­ing Arts

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MIAMI CITY BAL­LET— MCB is among the largest bal­let com­pa­nies in the United States, with 55 dancers. This world-class en­sem­ble brings cul­ture, breath­tak­ing tal­ent and ac­tive out­reach pro­grams to the South Florida com­mu­nity. Dur­ing Oct. 21-Nov. 15, the Com­pany will present “Giselle,” per­haps the most cher­ished of all 19th­cen­tury bal­lets, cre­ated in 1841, at the Adri­enne Arsht Cen­ter. Tick­ets: $20. www.mi­amic­i­ty­bal­let.org. 2200 Lib­erty Ave., Miami Beach, 305.929.7010. MIAMI SYM­PHONY OR­CHES­TRA— With 80 pro­fes­sional mu­si­cians se­lected from around the world, Miami’s home­town pro­fes­sional sym­phony is a thriv­ing as­set in the clas­si­cal mu­sic scene. Un­der the di­rec­tion of Mas­ter Ed­uardo Mar­turet, MISO’s 2016-2017 sea­son kicks off Oct. 23rd with a con­cert fea­tur­ing mu­sic from Ravel, Di Con­cilio and Rim­sky at the Adri­enne Arsht Cen­ter for the Per­form­ing Arts. www.mi­amisym­phony.org. 10689 North Ken­dall Drive, Suite 307 Miami, 305.275.5666. NEW WORLD SYM­PHONY— Un­der the artis­tic di­rec­tion of Michael Til­son Thomas, who is a con­duc­tor, com­poser and ed­u­ca­tor, the New World Sym­phony in­cludes full-or­ches­tra con­certs, a cham­ber-mu­sic se­ries, a new-mu­sic se­ries, small-en­sem­ble con­certs, a fam­ily se­ries, and spe­cial fes­ti­vals and recitals from the Frank Gehry-de­signed New World Cen­ter. www.nws.edu. 500 17th St., Miami Beach, 305.673.3331.

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