Photo Credits to Note: Samantha Griffin and Michael Mengden; Myoho; Choreography: Jennifer Archibald; Photography: Peter Mueller

CINCINNATI BALLET invites qualified candidates to submit applications to become its next Artistic Director. The Artistic Director will bring inspiration, creativity, and engagement to the organization, articulating an energizing, ambitious vision that aligns with the existing commitment to its community.

Serving in a co-leadership role with the President & CEO, the next Artistic Director will lead the artistic vision and focus of the Cincinnati Ballet and the Otto M. Budig Academy, the region’s preeminent dance training program. The next Artistic Director will possess a clear understanding of and commitment to the heritage of classical ballet while having the ability to move and mold the art form into the future, building greater audience engagement.

Cincinnati Ballet has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to lead this important search. Interested candidates may find more information including application requirements by visiting this link:

Organization Information

Since 1963, Cincinnati Ballet has been the cornerstone professional ballet company of the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region, presenting a bold and adventurous array of classical, full-length ballets and contemporary works, regularly with live accompaniment by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Under the artistic direction of Victoria Morgan since 1997, Cincinnati Ballet has become a creative force within the larger dance community, commissioning world premiere pieces and exploring unique collaborations with diverse and underrepresented artists.

The Ballet’s new home — the 57,000 square foot new Margaret and Michael Valentine Center for Dance – dramatically expands the company’s ability to serve its mission. More information about the organization can be found on their website:

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