Organizations

Organizations

Organizations

Are you interested in connecting with the international community in Cincinnati? You have come to the right place!

The Global Connections are a compilation of global businesses, organizations, and specialists in the Cincinnati region. Find anything from foreign-based trade associations to international festivals to language classes and translation to specialists in different international fields, and everything in between! These resources include arts and culture, education, health, immigration, social services and more! Engage with your world right here in Cincinnati!

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Cincinnati Ballet

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Contact: Allie Honebrink Work 1555 Central Parkway Cincinnati OH 45214 Work Phone: 513-621-5219 Website: http://www.cballet.org
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The Cincinnati Ballet celebrated their 46th anniversary in 2010-11 under the artistic direction of Victoria Morgan who has been with the ballet for the past 14 years. The Ballet performs at the Aronoff Center for the Arts in downtown Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Ballet Center. Dancers come from countries all over the world including Cuba, Turkey, China, as well as the United States. Each season the Cincinnati Ballet performs from the worldwide classical repertoire as well as new works.

Cincinnati Caledonian Pipes and Drums Band

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Contact: Jeff Craig Work 6052 Delicious Asha Ct Loveland OH 45140 Work Phone: 513-203-8553 Website: http://www.cincypipesanddrums.org/
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The Cincinnati Caledonian Pipes and Drums was formed in 1912 and continues to perform and promote traditional Scottish Bagpipe and Drum music in the Tri-state area. We are one of the oldest pipe bands in the United States and Cincinnati’s official Pipe and Drum corp. We are a 501c3 non-profit group. We teach pipes and drums to anyone interested in learning.

Cincinnati Celtic Festival

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Work 1410 Race St. Cincinnati OH 45202 Work Phone: 513-621-4400
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Festival held at Washington Park in Over-The-Rhine that features Celtic music, dance, food and culture from the 7 Celtic nations (Ireland; Scotland; Isle of Man; Cornwall; Wales; Galicia, Spain; and Brittany, France). Live musical performances will highlight different Celtic sounds and instruments such as the Harp and the Uilleann Pipe (Irish bagpipe). Celtic dancing – such as ceili dancing – will also be on display. Celtic crafts, food and fun will be available throughout the weekend.

Cincinnati Chinese Church

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Contact: Reginald Tsang Work 1393 Compton Road Cincinnati OH 45231 Work Phone: 513-931-2381 Website: http://www.immanuel.net/CinCC/Homepage/mt_healthy_main.asp
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We are like a big family, providing activities for a complete church life for Chinese Christians in the Greater Cincinnati Areas. We are also concerned for the spiritual needs of others; our desire is that every person will have the life and love of Christ Jesus. You are welcome to contact us for whatever reason. May God bless you, and may His Spirit guide your steps. Do come to visit our church.

Cincinnati Chinese Cultural Learning Association

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Contact: Chung-Shin Tsai Work Kenwood Baptist Church 8341 Kenwood Road Cincinnati OH 45236 Work Phone: 513-655-6740 Website: chungshintsai@yahoo.com
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Cincinnati Chinese Culture Learning Association was founded in 1989. The CCCLA provides all interested parties the opportunity to learn the Chinese language and culture, regardless of color, race or religious belief.

Cincinnati Donauschwaben Society

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Contact: Marty Kunkle Work 4290 Dry Ridge Road Cincinnati OH 45252 Work Phone: 513-245-0586 Website: http://www.cincydonau.com/
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The Cincinnati Donauschwaben Society is a non-profit organization preserving and celebrating German language and cultural heritage.

Cincinnati Film Festival

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Work 602 Main Street #713 Cincinnati OH 45202 Work Phone: 323-761-0075 Website: http://www.cincinnatifilmfestival.com/
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The Cincinnati Film Festival is looking forward to its fourth year of bringing brave and beautiful films and their filmmakers from around the world to our wonderful city. Each fall, we bring around 100 films to the Queen City for an exciting 9 day event. Programming opens with a special invited film, includes screenings of shorts and features, narratives and docs, with filmmaker workshops, post-film Q & A sessions, and an awards ceremony. Although we are a relatively young festival, we have had over 800 films submitted from 34 countries, growing quickly to be a respected competition for filmmakers from around the world.

Cincinnati Folk Life

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Work 1206 Inglenook Place Cincinnati OH 45208 Work Phone: 513-202-6304 Website: http://www.cincinnatifolklife.com/index.php
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Cincinnati Folk Life is a member-supported non-profit arts organization, sponsoring concerts by nationally and internationally known musicians and supporting local folk music groups.

Cincinnati International Summer Village

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Work PO Box 9270 Cincinnati OH 45209 Website: http://cincinnati.cisvusa.org/
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We are a global community of dedicated volunteers, creating opportunities for all ages to experience the excitement and enrichment of cultural diversity through our educational programs. We are founded on our belief that peace is possible through friendship – and that the real difference can be made by starting with children. CISV is a charitable, independent, non-political, volunteer organization promoting peace education and cross-cultural friendship.

Cincinnati International Wine Festival

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Contact: Keith Dunham Work 11159 Kenwood Rd Blue Ash OH 45242 Work Phone: 513-723-9463 Website: http://www.winefestival.com/
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This festival is a celebration of wine, food and music, and has earned its reputation as a world-class culinary event for both experienced and novice wine & food lovers. Offering a full complement of wine-related events, it is one of the Midwest’s largest such festivals. “The Grand Tastings” are the centerpiece events of this multi-day festival and feature 130+ wineries pouring nearly 600 wines, as well as delicious foods, souvenirs and live music.

Cincinnati Internationals

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Contact: Teresa Valdes Work 1220 Ida Street Cincinnati OH 45202 Work Phone: 513-651-4149
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Cincinnati Internationals is dedicated to bringing together anyone who wants to meet other internationally minded individuals and stay informed about cultural events in the Cincinnati area. Cincinnati Internationals hosts the popular International Happy Hour every other Friday in Downtown Cincinnati; the group also occasionally brings people together for lunches and dinners at international restaurants. We also offer information about area cultural events.

Cincinnati Irish Cultural Society

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Contact: Becky Garcia Work 8962 Blue Ash Rd Cincinnati OH 41011 Work Phone: 513-871-0083
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The Cincinnati Irish Cultural Society hosts an annual Feis each summer in June at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center. Please join us for food, fun and dance!

Cincinnati Museum Center

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Contact: Elizabeth Pierce Work 1301 Western Avenue Cincinnati OH 45203 Work Phone: 513-287-7000 Website: www.cincymuseum.org
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In addition to the three base museums focusing on Cincinnati history, regional natural history and science and child development, Cincinnati Museum Center works with international museums and exhibit companies in order to present special exhibitions which have featured artifacts from China, Russia, Egypt, Italy, and Canada to name a few. The Robert D. Linder Family OMNIMAX Theater also presents films focused on international topics and origins. Cincinnati Museum Center curators discuss and share information with national and international colleagues working in their specific fields of research. Cincinnati Museum Center also hosts researchers from across the globe who visit the museum’s Geier Collections and Research Center in person, as well as, those who use the online resources of the Cincinnati Historical Society library and Cincinnati Museum Center collections database. Cincinnati Museum Center is also currently working on a cultural exchange program with the National Museums of Kenya. The museum’s annual Passport to the World festivals highlights the cultures of Latin America, Africa, the Celtic Lands and Asia.

Cincinnati Opera

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Contact: Katie Syroney Work 1243 Elm Street Cincinnati OH 45202 Work Phone: 513-241-2742 Website: http://www.cincinnatiopera.org
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Founded in 1920 and the second oldest opera company in the U.S., Cincinnati Opera presents a thrilling roster of world-renowned artists, conductors, and directors, stunning sets and costumes, and the spectacular Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Programming ranges from beloved, well-known operas to exciting, contemporary works created by internationally respected composers. Today the company is hailed as Cincinnati’s prime summer arts festival, attracting a passionate regional audience as well as classical music lovers from throughout the U.S. and the world.

Cincinnati Public Library

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Work 800 Vine Street Cincinnati OH 45202 Work Phone: 513-369-6900 Website: http://www.cincinnatilibrary.org/
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Our mission is connecting people with the world of ideas and information. It is the Library’s vision to: Excel in customer service, be the first choice for information, anticipate and meet changing needs, assure equitable access to the Library’s resources and services, be a dynamic force in the community.

Cincinnati Sister Cities

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Work 421 Oak Street Cincinnati OH 45219 US Work Phone: 5138865817 Website: Cincinnati Sister Cities
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Cincinnati Sister Cities is a Non Profit 5013c organization that is the governing body for the Cincinnati sister cities of Liuzhou-China, Gifu-Japan, New Taipei City-Taiwan, Mysore-India, Amman- Jordan,Nancy-France, Munich-Germany, Harare-Zimbabwe,and Kharkiv-Ukraine. This organization strives to improve cross-cultural relationship between Cincinnati and its sister cities as well as enhance Cincinnati’s multicultural experience.

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