Stage and Studio: Experiencing Art. Experiencing Life. by Annie Honebrink

We are launching a weekly blog series called Stage and Studio, written by Louisville Ballet Company member Annie Honebrink!  Be sure to check in each Friday to read the next installment. This week, Annie touches on the history of Louisville Ballet’s spirit of collaboration and what it means for the future: Experiencing Art. Experiencing Life. … Continued

Review | Ballet’s ‘Stars + Stripes’ eye-popping

By Elizabeth Kramer for The Courier-Journal September 10, 2016 Increasingly in recent years, dance performances have become events at notable art museums such as the Museum of Modern Art. But choreographers have long found inspiration in and ways to work with visual artists. The Louisville Ballet’s artistic and executive director Robert Curran made his intentions … Continued

HOW THEY FADE: from Louisville Ballet’s STARS + STRIPES

Footage from this video features music composed and performed by YASSOU, artwork by visual artist and scenic designer Letitia Quesenberry and choreography from Artistic & Executive Director Robert Curran’s world-premiere piece, ‘How They Fade’. Join us for STARS + STRIPES September 9-10 at the Kentucky Center. Purchase your ticket now for this incredible performance experience … Continued

Louisville Ballet’s 65th Season To Open With Innovative Program

By Ashlie Stevens for WFPL August 24, 2016 When you think ballet, you probably think of classic productions featuring dancers — tutus on, toes pointed — moving to impressive orchestral variations. But that’s not always the case. To highlight ballet’s evolution and technical range, Louisville Ballet’s Artistic and Executive Director Robert Curran has created an … Continued

It’s been an amazing year.

Our 2015-2016 Season was a year of collaboration and new beginnings. And as our Artistic & Executive Director Robert Curran’s first full season of programming for the Company, it was the year that set our course for many years to come. This video captures some of the highlights, especially of our final production, ‘Balanchine’, as … Continued