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Blue until June

Maison de la Danse de Lyon 2002

Choreographer(s) : McIntyre, Trey (United States)

Present in collection(s): Maison de la Danse de Lyon , Saisons 2000 > 2009

Video producer : Maison de la Danse

Integral video available at Maison de la danse de Lyon

en fr

Blue until June

Maison de la Danse de Lyon 2002

Choreographer(s) : McIntyre, Trey (United States)

Present in collection(s): Maison de la Danse de Lyon , Saisons 2000 > 2009

Video producer : Maison de la Danse

Integral video available at Maison de la danse de Lyon

en fr

Blue until June

« A  stunning first image was of a blond woman wrapped in fabric, arms  raised, purple skirt extending from her waist to the borders of the  stage. With statuesque calm, she rotated to the deep bluesy swing of  "St. Louis Blues," slowly uncovering the rest of the dancers. Slow,  deliberate walks were met with swift, effortless partnering. Men lifted  women high in the air, swinging them back and forth under "moonlight."  Women responded with stoic pirouettes attached, almost by accident, to  male partners who supported their bodies with cool reserve.
Using the words of songs to narrate each vignette, McIntyre's most  powerful tale, "Fool That I Am," is a chilling condemnation of '50s-era  repression. Beautifully danced by Eric Beauchesne and Edgar Zendejas,  the two men discreetly touch hands till one must leave the other for a  woman waiting at the stage's edge. Woman in hand, he leaves, briefly  looking back at the love he cannot have."
- Ninotchka Bennahum, Denver Post

"In Trey McIntyre's Blue Until June was a moving embodiment of the live romantic music sung by the soulful Faye Butler."
- Pointe Magazine

"Choreographer Trey McIntyre is really making the  rounds. Open a dance program book at the Kravis Center -- for Ballet  Florida, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and, early next season, for Miami  City Ballet -- and you'll find the young American listed. McIntyre's  one-act ballet Blue Until June (2001) wasn't just the program opener; it  was an eye-opener. It beautifully captures the innate desperation of  the blues. Let-it-all-hang-out lyrics come through in each dance  gesture, attitude, step and shimmy. As much ballet as body language, the  32-minute Blue requires spirited acting (and) spot-on technique."
- Palm Beach Post

"Songs by blues thrush Etta James provides the  backdrop for Trey McIntyre's sultry "Blues Until June," a 2000 piece  that packs a wallop. Young master McIntyre has achieved great success  with this ballet, which sets "St. Louis Blues," "At Last," "One For My  Baby" and other gems into fluid motion."
- Philadelphia Daily News

"The duets between the men and women have an  aggressive intensity to them that often turn the partners into  combatants. It's exciting movement set against James' often wrenching  vocals."
- The Cincinnati Post


Source : treymcintyre.com

McIntyre, Trey

Trey McIntyre was born in Wichita, Kansas, and trained at North Carolina School Arts and Houston Ballet Academy. In 1989, he was appointed Choreographic Apprentice to Houston Ballet, a position created especially for him, and in 1995 he became the company’s Choreographic Associate. He has worked for more than 25 years as a freelance choreographer, producing more than 100 pieces during the span of his career so far.

McIntyre is the recipient of numerous awards, including a Choo San Goh Award for Choreographiy, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Society of Arts and Letters,two personal grants for choreography from the National Endowment for the Arts, and is a United States Artists Fellow. His works have been performed by companies around the world including Stuttgart Ballet, American Ballet Theatre and Oregon Ballet Theatre.

In 2005, McIntyre founded his dance company, Trey McIntyre Project (TMP), based in Boise, Idaho.  The company was a tremendous critical success and was lauded for its innovative business model. In 2014, the company transitioned towards new artistic ventures, reducing greatly its efforts in dance, focusing currently on the feature-length documentary, « Gravity Hero ».

A renowned photographer, McIntyre’s photographs have been featured in the New York Time, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, and Sunset Magazine and he was commissioned by the U.S. First Service to create a series of photographs to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.

Source : Trey McIntyre 's website

More information

treymcintyre.com

 

Ballet Jazz Montréal

Emerging from a collaboration between Geneviève Salbaing,  Eva Von Genscy and Eddy Toussaint in 1972, BJM – Les Ballets Jazz de  Montréal – is a repertory company that creates, produces and presents  contemporary dance performances based on the technique, rigour and  aesthetics of classical ballet. Its work consistently appears on local,  national and international stages.

The company offers its artists high-level professional  ballet training and gives internationally renowned choreographers the  freedom to develop their artistic process in keeping with BJM’s  identity. In doing so, the company is able to create an exclusive  repertoire that is accessible to all. As a leading ambassador of Quebec  dance across the globe, BJM is synonymous with flawless execution. Its  distinctive style is at once artistic, sexy, explosive, original and  accessible.

Since being named artistic director in 1998, Louis  Robitaille has reoriented the company toward audiences open to new  choreographic forms. He has linked BJM with rising names in the world of  contemporary dance, such as Crystal Pite, Aszure Barton and others. The  company also regularly collaborates with internationally renowned  choreographers, including Mauro Bigonzetti, Andonis Foniadakis, Itzik  Galili, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Barak Marshall, Benjamin Millepied,  Rodrigo Pederneiras, Ihsan Rustem and Cayetano Soto. In recent years,  the company’s artistic direction has favoured multidisciplinary  creations that blend ballet with other artistic disciplines such as  theatre, video and music.

Every piece created for BJM remains faithful to an  aesthetic exerting a positive influence. With accessibility and quality  as its key values, the company has managed to incorporate enjoyment into  creations that are strong, expressive and demanding. The distinctive  personality and high calibre of its performers ensure the company’s  sustained success and reputation. Through its many productions,  performances and educational activities, BJM is able to encourage  discovery, stimulate imagination and democratize dance, all while  sharing with local and international audiences its deep passion for this  discipline. Having presented more than 2,000 performances for over 2  million fans in 67 countries, BJM is a true ambassador of Canadian dance  and artistic vitality across the globe.

In 2016, BJM and its artistic director were awarded the  Rideau Hommage prize in recognition of the company’s reputation and  continued presence on the Québec stage.

In 2017, BJM proudly celebrated 45 years of history, ballet, touring and meeting audiences.


Source: Ballet Jazz Montréal

More information: http://www.bjmdanse.ca

Blue until June

Choreography : Trey McIntyre

Interpretation : Ballet Jazz Montréal

Additionnal music : Etta James

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