Cincinnati Ballet to make Bold Moves, April 26-29

Cincinnati Ballet closes its 2017-2018 subscription season with Bold Moves April 26-29, an adventurous, star-studded production at the Aronoff Center, complete with live music by Chicago ensemble, Eighth Blackbird.  This triple bill features popular music of today, adventurous choreographers, and bold elevations into uncharted dance territory. This year’s program showcases renowned New York City Ballet dancer/choreographer Justin Peck in collaboration with world-famous musician Bryce Dessner for Murder Ballades, plus World Premieres by Kate Weare and Cincinnati Ballet Resident Choreographer, Jennifer Archibald.

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Cincinnati Ballet launches new annual family series with Beauty and The Beast

Cincinnati Ballet is proud to announce a new, annual Family Series, with its inaugural offering of Beauty and the Beast. The production features the Cincinnati Ballet Second Company, with dancers from the new Professional Training Division, and students from Cincinnati Ballet’s Otto M. Budig Academy. Beauty and the Beast comes to the Aronoff Center complete with six performances from April 6 to 8, and a special sensory-friendly performance on Sunday, April 8 at 10:30 a.m.

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ArtWorks Cincinnati’s Murals Come Down from the Walls and Onto A Coffee Table Book

What began as an effort to create large-scale works of public art and expose young people to creative careers is now a 192-page compendium featuring 88 murals from 37 different neighborhoods. Transforming Cincinnati: How a decade of ArtWorks murals changed people and communities forever tells the stories behind one of our city’s greatest assets in vivid photographs, stylish design, and elegant prose.

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Cole Carothers to Present 40 Years of Work at Caza Sikes

“Cole Carothers: Cincinnati Time” celebrates more than 40 years of Cole's work created while he was living in Cincinnati. Four decades of exceptional paintings borrowed from private collections, including new and unseen works. Hosted by Caza Sikes in the historic Oakley square district at 3078 Madison Road, the opening exhibition is November 3, 5-9 p.m. The show will run for the month of November.

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