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Pointe Magazine: Dancing with a Degree

https://www.pointemagazine.com/ballet-dancers-with-degrees-2591837677.html

‘Pointe’ profiles Cincinnati Ballet’s Luca De-Poli on what it’s like to attend college while dancing

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A Flash Sale That Is Truly Epic

For two days only, Thursday, January 25 and Friday, January 26, purchase one ticket to Carmina Burana + Serenade and Get the Second One FREE!* February 8 – 11 | Six Performances Only! Don’t miss the Cincinnati premiere of Carmina Burana, featuring 18 Cincinnati Ballet dancers accompanied by the May Festival Chorus and the Cincinnati […]

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Cincinnati Ballet Presents Carmina Burana + Serenade

Cincinnati Ballet is thrilled to continue its historic return to Music Hall with a dazzling premiere of Carmina Burana, coupled with George Balanchine’s “stunningly beautiful”* Serenade, for six performances this Valentine’s Day weekend – February 8 through 11. Carl Orff’s powerful and evocative score comes brilliantly to life in the Cincinnati Premiere of the “wickedly […]

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Lost and Found

In 1803, in a dusty monastery in Bavaria, a librarian re-discovered a manuscript not seen since the 13th century. Later named the Carmina Burana, the manuscript contained 254 poems and dramatic texts. Believed to be the works of students and clergy, researchers date some of the texts back to the 11th century. Curators who started […]

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CityBeat – Cincinnati Ballet Makes ‘Bold Moves’

https://www.citybeat.com/arts-culture/dance/article/20988044/cincinnati-ballet-makes-bold-moves

Leyla Shokoohe caught up with Victoria Morgan about the second half of Cincinnati Ballet’s 2017-2018 Season.

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A Perfect Combination of Music and Dance – Romeo & Juliet Lives Again

Cincinnati Ballet makes its triumphant return to Music Hall with the Romeo & Juliet this Thursday. With a cast of 34 dancers and a dazzling Prokofiev score performed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Romeo & Juliet is the perfect production to herald the ballet’s return to the newly-renovated Music Hall. Carmon DeLeone, Music Director of Cincinnati Ballet, […]

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Becoming Juliet

It’s been a big year for dancers Chisako Oga and Melissa Gelfin. Oga was promoted this year to Principal Dancer and Gelfin was promoted to Senior Soloist, both after dancing lead roles in full-length ballets last season such as Swanilda in Coppélia and Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker. This season, both Oga and Gelfin […]

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Gina Cerimele-Mechley, Fight Director for Romeo & Juliet

If you are a theater or ballet-goer in the Cincinnati region, chances are you’ve witnessed the artistry of Gina Cerimele-Mechley. The actor/director/teacher/choreographer/movement coach extraordinaire has created fight choreography for several Cincinnati Ballet productions including Peter Pan, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, King Arthur’s Camelot, and our upcoming performances of Romeo & Juliet. In addition to the epic, action-packed […]

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Cincinnati Ballet Brings Dance Back to Historic Music Hall

Cincinnati Ballet joins Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestras, Cincinnati Opera, and May Festival, as a Cincinnati Music Hall resident performing company, with three productions in the 2017-2018 Season. Cincinnati Ballet’s participation in the five-week Music Hall Grand Opening celebration will include six performances of Victoria Morgan’s passionate and powerful Romeo and Juliet, October 26 through […]

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Audition Call – Romeo and Juliet supernumerary roles

Take the stage as a street vendor or passerby, and even get a chance to be a background player during the extravagant and beautiful ballroom scene.

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