By Nikki Kingery
7 March 2019
The Cincinnati Ballet announced its 2019-20 season, featuring several world premieres as well as updated versions of classical works.
“The season has a great balance to it,” artistic director Victoria Morgan said in a release. “We have world premieres from emerging artists, classical works refreshed for a modern audience and family-friendly story ballets.”
The season opens Sept. 12-22 with the “Kaplan New Works Series”at the Aronoff Center for the Arts, 650 Walnut St. downtown. The series will showcase three emerging female choreographers: Cincinnati native Heather Britt will be joined by Andrea Chermoly, resident choreographer at Louisville Ballet, and Sarah Van Patten, longtime San Francisco Ballet principal dancer.
The series also includes two world premieres from Cincinnati Ballet dancers selected through the ballet’s annual Choreographer’s Workshop.
Read about the full season in the Cincinnati Business Courier.
Read about Cincinnati Ballet and its outstanding advocacy on the Cincinnati Ballet website.