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The Trey McIntyre Dance Project  

A research guide designed to accompany the performance of the February 10 performance by the Trey McIntyre Project, organized by Visions and Voices.
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The Trey McIntyre Project

Tuesday, February 10, 8:00 p.m.



The mission of the Trey McIntyre Project is to advance the art of contemporary ballet through the groundbreaking work of choreographer Trey McIntyre. Using the inherent beauty of ballet’s vocabulary, McIntyre expertly melds classical ballet and ballroom dance traditions to create artistic pieces that engage audiences while conveying the bodily emotion and grace of life’s journey.

Daria Yudacufski of the USC Arts and Humanities Initiative and Judy Truelson of the USC Libraries have selected a variety of resources to help you explore innovations by McIntyre and other contemporary ballet choreographers. These include books and articles about Trey McIntyre and the diverse influences on contemporary American ballet choreography. As part of the Visions and Voices series of events, the Trey McIntyre Project performed on the USC campus on February 10.


About This Guide

Visions and Voices and the USC Libraries present Explorations, a series of research guides that allow you to build on your experiences at Visions and Voices events.

* Asterisk in guide title indicates core subject guide

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