Kathleen Dahlhoff began her dance training at the age of five with Ballet San José Silicon Valley before venturing to the San Francisco Ballet School, where she remained on full scholarship for eight years. In 2009, at age 15, Dahlhoff began her professional career with the San Francisco Ballet company, dancing with the corps de ballet in pieces by Helgi Tomasson, Yuri Possokov, George Balanchine, and Jerome Robbins. She was selected by Tomasson to become a SFBS Trainee for the 2011-2012 season. In the summer of 2012 Dahlhoff was invited to perform at the Ballet Asteras Gala in Tokyo, where she performed a piece created by Myles Thatcher. Following her trainee year she joined Cincinnati Ballet as an Apprentice for the season before going on to explore other genres and continue her education. Dahlhoff moved to New York City to dance with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s professional division. While there Dahlhoff performed principal and soloist roles in Alvin Ailey’s Revelations, Night Creature, and Streams. She returns to Cincinnati Ballet for the 2017-2018 season after completing her bachelor’s degree and graduating cum laude from Fordham University.
Cincinnati Ballet continues its season with a triple bill highlighting dynamic choreographers paired with musical masterpieces performed with Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, March 15-18 at Aronoff Center for the Arts. The program has been hand-selected by Artistic Director, Victoria Morgan, and showcases the symbiotic and critically-important relationship between dance and music. “This is Cincinnati Ballet’s first […]