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Cincinnati Ballet hosts “Choreographing Confidence” Workshop Presented by Always

Cincinnati Ballet presents Choreographing Confidence, a dance and leadership workshop, through the generous support of Always, June 17 at 1 pm at the Over-the-Rhine studios located at 1555 Central Parkway. More than 100 young women ages 10-17 will spend the afternoon learning, interacting with mentors, and engaging in activities with a focus on developing confidence […]

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Cincinnati Ballet Expands and Reorganizes Leadership Team

Executive Director Scott Altman announces the administrative reorganization and expansion of Cincinnati Ballet’s leadership team with the addition of respected nonprofit leader Tanya Cornejo as Vice President of External Affairs. The newly imagined role has been added to the leadership team as part of Cincinnati Ballet’s long-term strategy for sustained growth and advancement. “I am […]

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Two Thousand Third Graders Descend on Washington park

The students created a memorable, once-in-a-lifetime, collaborative community experience on May 17 when they performed at Washington Park in Cincinnati..

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Huffington Post: Behind The Tutus, Ballet Is A Boys’ Club. This Ballerina Wants To Fix That.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/behind-the-tutus-ballet-is-a-boys-club-ashley-bouder-wants-to-fix-that_us_58c9302ee4b01c029d77a81f

Cincinnati Ballet just announced that in their upcoming season, eight out of 15 choreographers whose work will be performed are women, five of whom are presenting world premieres.

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Dance USA: Family-Friendly Programming Helps Dance Organizations Attract Fans and See What’s Beyond the Box Office

http://danceusa.org/ejournal/2017/02/28/family-friendly-programming-helps-dance-organizations-attract-fans

“I think getting people moving is the answer to getting people hooked,” says Cincinnati Ballet director of education Julie Sunderland. “I want you to come see the ballet, but I also want to find that person who learns from an arts-integrated lesson in a way they couldn’t otherwise.”

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DanceMagazine.com: Cincinnati Ballet Bets on Women Choreographers

http://dancemagazine.com/news/cincinnati-ballet-bets-women-choreographers/

Not only is Cincinnati Ballet’s ratio of men to women choreographers balanced, but the season is artistically balanced, too. Look at the rest of the programming: master works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, company premieres from Justin Peck and former Houston Ballet dancer Garrett Smith and a world premiere from SYTYCD favorite Travis Wall.

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Cincinnati Ballet Unveils a Landmark 2017-2018 Season

“Never before has Cincinnati Ballet presented such a wide and far-reaching landscape of ballet offerings for people of any age, whether novice or aficionado.”

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Cincinnati.com: Cincinnati Ballet announces 2017-2018 season

http://cin.ci/2mq5PJC

Eight works – 53 percent – are choreographed by women. There is no other large ballet company in the U.S. that even comes close to that.

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Cincinnati Ballet’s Return to Music Hall

When Music Hall reopens in the Fall of 2017, Cincinnati Ballet will join our fellow arts organizations, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Opera and May Festival as a resident company. Starting in the 2017-2018 Season, three of our productions will be presented at Music Hall, including Victoria Morgan’s passionate and powerful Romeo and Juliet, with a classic Sergei Prokofiev score, as well as our beloved Nutcracker. We are thrilled to bring ballet back to the Music Hall stage!

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