LOUISVILLE BALLET LAUNCHES B315: AN ALL-DAY PHYSICAL + MUSIC-DRIVEN FUNDRAISING EVENT

LOUISVILLE BALLET LAUNCHES B315: AN ALL-DAY PHYSICAL + MUSIC-DRIVEN FUNDRAISING EVENT, APRIL 16, 2016 POWERED BY FEATURING WORKOUTS FROM THE BARRE CODE, BARRE 3, HEAT YOGA & WELLNESS, FREESTYLE FITNESS AND MORE + PERFORMANCES BY JAMES LINDSEY (FKA JALIN ROZE), HOWELL DAWDY, BRENDA AND BEACONS FT. SLOE PINK Experience twelve-hours of fitness classes led by guest instructors from … Continued

Louisville Ballet unveils 2016-2017 season

Courier-Journal Arts Writer interviews Artistic & Executive Director Robert Curran about our 2016-2017 Season: The Louisville Ballet announced its next steps in its 65-year history – the lineup for its 2016-17 season, which highlights the company’s legacy of performing classical ballet for more than a half-century. Read the full article and watch the video interview at the Courier-Journal … Continued

Louisville Ballet Announces 2016-2017 Season

Featuring a dynamic 65th Anniversary Season kickoff program, a Tchaikovsky trio that includes a new Swan Lake with a radical visual interpretation, an exciting collaborative production with Louisville Visual Art and more! LOUISVILLE, KY, Thursday, March 17, 2016 – Louisville Ballet is thrilled to announce its 2016-2017 Season as the Company prepares to celebrate 65 … Continued

Review | Ballet, orchestra duet exudes energy

By Elizabeth Kramer for The Courier-Journal March 6, 2016 The energy in Kentucky Center’s Whitney Hall was palpable given the number of artists from the Louisville Ballet and the Louisville Orchestra who were performing Friday on “Spring Collaboration” with three works featuring work by choreographer Adam Hougland and marking a significant collaboration between the two arts groups. … Continued

Review: ‘Spring Collaboration’ Brings Vitality, Intensity

By Kathi E.B. Ellis for 89.3 WFPL Collectively, this evening dazzles with the multiple, layered possibilities of collaboration across so many visual and performing art forms. The evening’s combination of ballets also serves as a tribute to more than a decade of creativity from the Louisville Ballet’s principle choreographer, Adam Hougland. Moreover, this program displays, … Continued