Join our exclusive 1801 Campaign and receive a special recognition opportunity.
By making a gift of $1,801 or more, you will be permanently recognized at the Center’s Community Terrace & Performance Plaza. Your name will be engraved on the top step of this highly visible space at the Center.
Overlooking Johnston Park, the Plaza serves as the Ballet’s outdoor hub for the community to gather, create, and celebrate dance. An extremely limited number of spots in this unique location remain. Act now and cement your name in Cincinnati Ballet’s history and future!
With the generous support of two sisters, Anne Romanoff Ilyinsky and Paula Ilyinsky Comisar, Cincinnati Ballet has established an invested fund in honor of Artistic Director, Victoria Morgan’s 25th Anniversary Season and career achievements as a champion of women choreographers and artists.
Cincinnati Ballet is among the few ballet companies in the country to have a named fund designed and dedicated to hire and attract women choreographers and artists, The Victoria Morgan Women’s Choreographer and Artist Fund will enable Cincinnati Ballet to annually draw funds to support a featured woman choreographer or artist.
While she may be concluding her remarkable tenure as Cincinnati Ballet’s artistic director, Victoria plans to stay active and committed to the artform she so dearly loves. To celebrate her next chapter, Cincinnati Ballet will host its annual dance party fundraiser, Club B, in honor of Victoria. The incredible send-off will take place on Saturday, April 23, 2022, at the Cincinnati Ballet Margaret and Michael Valentine Center for Dance.
A portion of the Club B proceeds will go directly to support Cincinnati Ballet and the Victoria Morgan Women’s Choreographer and Artist Fund.