Cincinnati Arts Association - Aronoff Center & Music Hall
- Arts & Culture
- Media & Broadcasting
Location650 Walnut StreetCincinnati, OH 45202 United States
As the region's premier promoter of the arts and entertainment, our mission is to use our expertise as a manager, presenter, and educator to: -Offer a broad rand of high-1uality performing and visual arts program -Develop diverse audiences -Foster an appreciation of the arts and understanding of their forms -Encourage the use of our facilities by local and regional arts organizations Cincinnati Arts Association volunteers are enthusiastic hosts for the Aronoff Center and Music Hall; making a connection with the guests while identifying and anticipating their needs and exemplifying our desire to serve.
The Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) is the non-profit umbrella organization managing the Aronoff Center and Music Hall.
The Aronoff Center for the Arts houses three independent performing arts spaces, which include the Procter & Gamble Hall (2719 seat venue), the Jarson-Kaplan Theater (437 seat venue) and the Fifth Third Bank Theater (seating up to 150). The 3,500 square foot Weston Art Gallery is also located within the Aronoff Center, as well as a full service box office, rehearsal hall, meeting and reception rooms and expansive lobbies.
Music Hall is home to six individual spaces that can be used for multipurpose events, Spring Auditorium (2,500 seating venue), Edyth B. Lindner Grand Foyer, Music Hall Ballroom, Corbett Tower, Harry T. Wilks Studio, Taft Suite and P&G Founders Room.
All spaces within the Aronoff Center and Music Hall arnd Taft Suite e available for rent for corporate business and social functions.