Jameson Keating received his training from Gustafson Dance, enrolling in his first class under recommendation from his Taekwondo instructor. He was a company member of State Street Ballet in Santa Barbara from 2011-2013, going on to join Ballet West II. In 2015, he was selected to join The Joffrey Ballet Studio Company where he had the opportunity to train and perform with The Joffrey Ballet — most notably in John Neumeier’s U.S. premiere of Sylvia. Keating’s repertory includes works by Gerald Arpino, William Soleau, Mariana Oliveira, Christian Denice, Alexei Kremnev, William Christensen, Adam Sklute, Josie Walsh and Rodney Gustafson, among others. This is Keating’s second season with Cincinnati Ballet.
Victoria and Cincinnati Ballet Take National Stage for Gender Equity A dancer’s transformation into choreographer is a deeply personal journey. For Cincinnati Ballet Artistic Director Victoria Morgan, it started at a friend’s birthday party. “It was a fluke,” Morgan recalls. “While I was a dancer with the San Francisco Ballet, we decided to do choreography […]