Cincinnati Ballet
June 9-18
Aronoff Center Procter & Gamble Hall [Downtown]

With two diverse programs, the Festival is truly a bold exploration of dance that features multiple works from world-renowned choreographers, including Cincinnati Ballet resident choreographer Jennifer Archibald’s SIT, Val Caniparoli’s Ibsen’s House, William Forsythe’s In the middle, somewhat elevated, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Written and Forgotten and Garrett Smith’s Façades. The production also includes a to be determined work that will be programmed by Cincinnati Ballet’s incoming Artistic Director Jodie Gates.

Program 1

  • SIT
    Choreography: Jennifer Archibald
    Music: Midnite, Hang and Balance; The Art of Fusion Drumming, Taufiq Qureshi; Komodo, Maro Jailo
  • In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated
  • Choreography: William Forsythe
    Music: Thom Willems
    Guest Artist: Irene Rodriguez
  • A Rose by any other Name
    Choreography: Irene Rodriguez
    Music: Cristian Puig, Damir Fuentes

Program 2

  • Ibsen’s House
    Choreography: Val Caniparoli
    Music: Quintet in A Major, Op. 81 for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Antonín Dvořák
  • Written and Forgotten
    Choreography: Anabelle Lopez Ochoa
    Music: Aris Dimitriadis, Rene Aubry, Lisa Gerrard, Manuel Wandji, Madeleine Peyroux
  • Façades
    Choreography: Garrett Smith
    Music: Philip Glass, George F. Handel, Antonio Vivaldi

  • Sat, June 10 at 2pm (Program 1)
  • Sun, June 11 at 1pm (Program 2)
  • Thu, June 15 at 8pm (Program 1)
  • Fri, June 16 at 8pm (Program 2)
  • Sat, June 17 at 2pm (Program 2)
  • Sat, June 17 at 8pm (Program 1)
  • Sun, June 18 at 1pm (Program 1)

Official page Program 1 | Official page Program 2 | Facebook event Program 1 | Facebook event Program 2 |


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