The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center presents the MODERN MASTERS of Dimensions, July 16-17

The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center presents “Modern Masters,” an all-new performance by Dimensions Dance Theater Miami (DDTM) on Saturday, July 16 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, July 17 at 3 p.m.

For this season’s concert, Dimensions presents the work of four brilliant choreographers. The original and innovative performance features world premieres from Guggenheim Scholar Helen Simoneau, Miami Dances Choreographer Award winner Yanis Eric Pikieris, and more.

Uniting the Community Now in its sixth year, Dimensions Dance Theater Miami is led by Carlos Guerra and Jennifer Kronenberg, who served as principal dancers with Miami City Ballet. The company, which has an ongoing partnership with the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center, unites the community through affordable professional performance and pursues its mission to make world-class dance accessible to all through youth classes, educational presentations and extracurricular workshops.

“Adept at exploring distinct avenues of collaboration in their South Florida reflection, Carlos and Jennifer offer audiences a new and diverse take on ballet through their leadership of Dimensions Dance Theatre,” said Eric Fliss, Executive Director of the South Miami-Dade Cultural. Art Center.

“Both are extremely talented at identifying and introducing new choreographers to Miami audiences, and this program is no exception,” he continued.

Impressive Athleticism The contemporary program showcases the troupe’s impressive athleticism and highlights the transcendent and timeless power of dance. Mr. Fliss adds: “Modern Masters is a must-attend program for audiences of all ages.

Dimensions Dance Theater of Miami’s Modern Masters is recommended for all ages. All patrons entering the theater require a ticket, regardless of age. Food and drinks from outside are not allowed in the room.

This performance is included in SMDCAC’s subscription series dance package. Senior, military, and student discounts are available through the ticket office. Tickets range from $25 to $45 and can be purchased by visiting, through the SMDCAC box office in person, or by phone at (786) 573-5300.

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