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Moving Arts Cincinnati

Connecting the Queen City | June 28-29, 2019

Moving Arts is a captivating summer dance project employing performing artists and presenting their work in residence. Moving Arts pushes the envelope of cutting edge dance in Cincinnati. Each summer we cross pollinate Cincinnati’s artists with other national and international professional dancers. We combine them with choreographers who are on the forefront of dance – creating the summer’s most exciting showcase.
Along with our performances we will provide the opportunity for our artists to assist in educational outreach to Cincinnati schools. This includes, but is not limited to: master classes, lecturing, and mentoring.

Check out our website to learn more! movingartsco.org

Anthony Krutzkamp
Logan Pachciarz
Cervilio Miguel Amador

State of Matter by Ihsan Rustem

Ihsan Rustem was born in London, where he trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance.

Ihsan is the Resident Choreographer for the NW Dance Project in Portland, Oregon USA. He has created further works for Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal, National Ballet of Chile, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Istanbul State Ballet, Arts Umbrella Vancouver, among many others. He was a featured choreographer for Russia’s popular TV show ‘The Bolshoi Ballet’.
Nederlands Dans Theater have named Ihsan as one of their Up & Coming Choreographers!

Some of his awards include, Dance Magazine’s 2017 Readers’ Choice Award for ‘Carmen’ Best Collaboration, Sandler’s Wells Theatre’s Global Dance Contest 2011 Winner, and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s International Commissioning Project Winner in 2014.

Please check his website for more information and beautiful videos of his work, ihsanrustem.com.

8m68 by Robert Bondara

Robert is an artist with the Polish National Ballet. He is a graduate of the Feliks Parnell State Ballet School in Łódź, the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, which he cooperates with as a teacher, and Warsaw School of Economics. His works have been performed at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, the Moscow Bolshoi Theatre, the Polish Dance Competition in Gdansk, among many others.

Please check his website for more information and beautiful videos of his work, robertbondara.com.

Daniel Baldwin, Cincinnati Ballet

Kaleena Burks, Kansas City Ballet

Taylor Carrasco, Cincinnati Ballet

Courtney Connor Jones, Oklahoma City Ballet

Luca De-Poli, Cincinnati Ballet

Melissa Gelfin, Cincinnati Ballet

Elysa Hotchkiss, Kansas City Ballet

Samantha Hubner, Kansas City Ballet

Taryn Mejias, Kansas City Ballet

James Rogers, Kansas City Ballet

8:00 pm

  • Aronoff Center for the Arts

2:00 pm

  • Aronoff Center for the Arts

8:00 pm

  • Aronoff Center for the Arts

In collaboration with

To celebrate

Supported by

Minus 16: Ohad Naharin
World Premiere: Adam Hougland

Minus 16:
World Premiere: Ariel Quartet

Cincinnati Ballet Company Dancers

“Minus 16 not only delights in its own wackiness, but also celebrates the joy of dancing.”

-San Francisco Chronicle

“Naharin has combined pure movement and theater in pieces charged with tension and drama that nonetheless, he claims, go beyond political metaphor or any particular meaning; Naharin is instead ‘‘turned on by the act of composition,’’ by textures, colors, rhythms.”

Anna Della Subin, The New York Times

Bold Moves Sponsors

Production and Community Outreach Sponsor

Ariel Quartet Sponsor

Ariel Quartet Sponsor

Sue & Bill Friedlander

Richard Antoine & Dorothy O’Brien

Linda & Gary Greenberg

Lauren & Jimmy Miller

Dianne & J. David Rosenberg

Donald Beck & Lawrence E. Eynon

John & Jennifer Stein

Richard Weiland

Community Partner

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