Trey McIntyre Project returns to the Sun Valley Pavilion this summer

Trey McIntyre Project performed for two nights to rave reviews last summer in the Sun Valley Pavilion. The troupe returns Friday, August 27, 2010. Show starts at 8pm and the gates open at 7pm.
**Please arrive before 8pm, just like most dance or theater shows, there will be no late seating. Latecomers will have to wait until applause or intermission to be seated.

This season, Trey McIntyre Project will premiere new dance pieces, including "Arrantza" a stunning new work that ruminates over Basque culture from the outside in by weaving poetic extensions of Basque folk influence through a dreamlike structure of a story. Other performance pieces will feature music from Queen, The Zombies, Roberta Flack, Lou Reed, The Partridge Family and Felix Mendelssohn.

“Trey McIntyre has emerged as one of the hottest choreographers in the dance world.” – The Boston Globe

Tickets are on sale now at the Sun Valley Recreation Center box office (208) 622-2135 or online at: Seats.SunValley.com
Ticket prices are $30, $40 and $70
Premium seating tickets are $125 and include a post-reception artist meet & greet with hors d’oeuvres and no-host bar on the Sun Valley Pavilion private south terrace.

For more information about Trey McIntyre Project please visit their website at: www.treymcintyre.com

Trey McIntyre Project to perform August 27 & 28, 2009

The Trey McIntyre Project will perform at the Sun Valley Pavilion Thursday & Friday, August 27 & 28 at 9.30pm.

August 27th

August 28th

Dancer: Ashley Werhun  Photographer: Jonas Lundqvist

Dancer: Ashley Werhun Photographer: Jonas Lundqvist

Trey McIntyre Project is a contemporary ballet company founded in 2004 with the purpose to nurture, support and produce work by one of the world’s most vibrant and sought-after choreographers, Trey McIntyre.

Three short years ago, Trey McIntyre Project burst onto the national dance scene with its debut performances at The Vail International Dance Festival. Trey McIntyre Project’s "fresh and forward-thinking choreography" (Washington Post) was an immediate sensation with both critics and audiences alike. Led by celebrated choreographer Trey McIntyre, whose work has been commissioned by American Ballet Theatre, Stuttgart Ballet, and many other top ballet companies around the world, Trey McIntyre Project also boasts an ensemble of top professional dancers, coming together to further McIntyre’s unique choreographic vision.

Since its first summer season, the Company has gone on to perform at some of the most prestigious venues in the country, including Jacob’s Pillow, Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts and the Aspen Dance Festival, premiering works created during annual summer residencies at White Oak Plantation. Guided by the choreographer’s unparalleled ear for musical structures, Trey McIntyre Project’s repertoire spans classical music (The Blue Boy to Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1), rock (A Day in the Life, set to music by The Beatles and High Lonesome to music by Beck), jazz (Sacred Ellington, a collaboration with opera legend Jessye Norman, and Ma Maison to the Preservation Hall Jazz Band), and historic bluegrass music selections (Go Out).

Because of the overwhelmingly positive critical reception of the Company’s work since its founding in 2004 and the success of its operational model, Trey McIntyre Project incorporated as a non-profit entity in order to be able to support a full-time, international touring company. Trey McIntyre Project made its Company World Debut in its new form at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival August 20, 2008 and now launches a 25-city tour across the United States and abroad during the 2008-09 season. McIntyre’s ambitious new multi-media ballet about the effects of global warming, commissioned jointly by the Wolf Trap National Park and Glacier National Park for its Face of America program, will premiere in the summer of 2009 as part of the Company’s tour across America.