MIBC Repertorie

Approved Repertoire

Women Classical Variations

Carnival in Venice, or Satanella (Petipa)

Pas de Deux variation

 

The Cavalry Halt (Petipa)

              All variations

 

Coppélia (Saint-Léon)

              Swanilda’s Variation, Act I

              Swanilda’s Variation, Act II

              Swanilda’s Variation, Act III

 

Diana and Acteon (Vaganova)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Don Quixote (Petipa/Gorsky)

              Kitri variation, Act I

              Dulcinea’s Variation, Act II

              Queen of the Dryads variation, Act II

              Variations from Grand Pas, Act IV                          (Wedding)

 

Esmeralda (Berezov)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

The Fairy Doll (Legat)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Flames of Paris (Vainonen)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Flower Festival in Genzano (Bournonville)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Giselle (Coralli, Perrot & Petipa)

              Peasant Pas de Deux variation

              Giselle’s variation, Act I

 

Graduation Ball (Lichine)

              All variations

 

Grand Pas Classique (Gzovsky)

              Pas de Deux Variation

 

Harlequinade (Petipa)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

La Bayadere (Petipa)

              Shade variations I, II, III

              Gamzatti’s variation, Act II

              Gamzatti’s Temple variation, Act III

La Fille Mal Gardée (Gorsky)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Laurencia (Chabukiani)

              Laurencia’s variation

 

La Viviandiére or Markitenka

              (C.Pugni/A. Saint-Léon)

 

La Sylphide (H. Lovenskiold/A. Bournonville)

              All variations

 

Le Corsaire (Petipa)

              Third Odalisque variation

              Pas d’Esclave variation

              Medora Pas de Deux variation

 

Napoli (Bournonville)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Paquita (Mazilier, Petipa)

              All variations

 

Raymonda (Petipa)

              All variations

 

The Awakening of Flora (Petipa)

              All variations

 

The Nutcracker

              (P. Tchaikovsky/M. Petipa/L. Ivanov)

              Sugar Plum Variation

 

The Sleeping Beauty (Petipa)

              All variations

 

The Pharaoh’s Daughter (Petipa/Pierre Lacotte)

              All variations

 

Swan Lake (Petipa)

              Pas de Trois variations, Act I

              Black Swan variation, Act III

Sylvia (Frederick Ashton / Delibes)

              All Variation

 

Talisman (Petipa)

              Pas de Deux variation

Men Classical Variations

Carnival in Venice, or Satanella (Petipa)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

The Calvalry Halt (Petipa)

              All variations

 

Coppélia (Saint-Léon)

              Franz’s Variation, Act III

 

Diana and Acteon (Vaganova)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Don Quixote (Petipa/Gorsky)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Esmeralda (Berezov)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Flames of Paris (Vainonen)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Flower Festival in Genzano (Bournonville)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Giselle (Coralli, Perrot & Petipa)

              Peasant Pas de Deux variation

              Albrecht’s variation, Act II

 

Graduation Ball (Lichine)

              All variations

 

Grand Pas Classique (Gzovsky)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Harlequinade (Petipa)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

La Bayadere (Petipa)

              Solor’s variation, Act III

La Fille mal gardée (Gorsky)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

La Sylphide (Bournonville)

              James’ variation

 

La Viviandiére or Markitenka

(C.Pugni/A. Saint-Léon)

 

Laurencia (Chabukiani)

              Frondoso’s variation

 

Le Corsaire (Petipa)

              Pas d’Esclave variation

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Napoli (Bournonville)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

The Nutcracker (Petipa)

              Men’s variations

 

Paquita (Mazilier, Petipa)

              Pas de Trois variation

              Pas de Deux variation

 

Raymonda (Petipa)

              Grand Pas de Deux variation

 

The Sleeping Beauty (Petipa)

              Prince Desiré variation, Act II

              Prince Desiré variation, Act III

              Bluebird variation

 

Swan Lake (Petipa)

              Pas de Trois variation

              Black Swan variation, Act III

Sylvia (Frederick Ashton / Delibes)

              All Variation

 

Talisman (Petipa)

              Pas de Deux variation

Classical Pas de Deux

Carnival in Venice or Satanella (Petipa)

 

Coppélia (Saint-Léon)

              Pas de Deux, Act III

 

Diana and Acteon (Vaganova)

 

Don Quixote (Petipa/Gorsky)

              Grand Pas de Deux

 

Esmeralda (Berezov)

 

Flames of Paris (Vainonen)

 

Flower Festival in Genzano (Bournonville)

 

Giselle (Coralli, Perrot)

              Peasant Pas de Deux

 

Grand Pas Classique (Gzovsky)

Harlequinade (Petipa)

              Pas de Deux variation

 

La Fille mal gardée (Gorsky)

 

Le Corsaire (Petipa)

              Pas d’Esclave

              Grand Pas de Deux

 

The Nutcracker (Petipa)

              Pas de Deux variations

 

The Sleeping Beauty (Petipa)

              Pas de Deux, Act III

              Pas de Deux, Blue Bird

 

Swan Lake (Petipa)

              Black Swan Pas de Deux

 

Talisman (Petipa)

Contemporary Variations

Contemporary variations (solo) should not be longer than 2 minute and 30 seconds. 

Contemporary Pas de Deux should not be longer than 3 minutes and 30 seconds.

* NEW: You are invited to participate with one of these contemporary solos

Division 1 and 2 – Female

Division 1 and 2 – Male

Division 3 and 4 – Female

Division 3 and 4 – Male

Music by: Juan Carlos Aleixandre

Choreography by: Miao Zong

ABOUT MIBC’S CONTEMPORARY VARIATION RIGHTS

Please, note that these four variations, including the music, are for the exclusive use and property of Miami International Ballet Competition.

Participants will not be allowed to perform these variations at any other competitions or performances without written consent from Miami International Ballet Competition.

For licensing the music or the choreography, please, contact info@miamiibc.org 

 

CHOREOGRAPHER: Miao Zong

 

COMPOSER: Juan Carlos Aleixandre, Master Composer

Born in Caracas, Venezuela from an illustrious family which includes a Nobel Prize in Literature, and a multi awardee writer, Juan Carlos Aleixandre, soon in his teens, discovers that music in a moving image achieves an unforeseen level of emotion, so his passion for film music begins.

At the age of 16 he studies music theory and piano in a self-taught way and at 18, he formally began his academic studies at the Conservatory of the Filarmónica de Caracas.  He receives knowledge from famous local musicians and later he completes his studies at the José Lorenzo Llamozas School of Music graduating as a Maestro Composer in 1994.

Twenty-nine plays carry his original music, both incidental, including The Happy Prince by José Simón Escalona becoming his greatest achievement in this genre: with 12 songs composed in a month. In 2008 he received a nomination for the T.I.N. (Children's Theater) award for best music with Ali, Corazón de Selva. In 2013 the puppet play Once Upon a Time in America won the Municipal Theatre Award, which encompasses the entire production, including music composed by Aleixandre. He has composed the music for short fiction films and advertising campaigns. He has also been a theater and TV actor.

He currently lives in his hometown Caracas, Venezuela. His compositions for MIBC were created specifically for this project and inspired on the creativity of choreographer Miao Zong.

To begin your application for the 2022 Miami International Ballet Competition please make sure that you have read the Rules and Regulations and click here:

All participants must prepare their Classical solos and Pas de Deuxs from our approved list of repertoire. No other variations or Pas de Deuxs will be permitted.