FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 6, 2016
Contact: Meredith Stead, Marketing Director
Ballet Idaho
208.343.0556 ext. 222,


Boise, ID – Ballet Idaho will bring a version of their Winter Repertory to the Nampa community in February. The original program of the Winter Repertory, performed over two nights at the Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts February 10 -11, 2017 will consist of Peter Anastos’ comedy ballet Night Crawlers, new work by company member Daniel Ojeda, titled The Monster and the Gift, and George Balanchine’s masterpiece, Concerto Borocco. Music for the Winter Repertory at the Morrison Center will be played live by local pianist Del Parkinson and the Boise Baroque Chamber Orchestra.

The Winter Repertory will then travel to the Nampa Civic Center two weeks later for one night only, February 25, 2017. This revised program will include Peter Anastos’ ballet Sweet Dreams with music by Patsy Cline and Elvis Pelvis with music by Presley, the Anastos comedy ballet Night Crawlers, as well as excerpts from Ojeda’s The Monster and the Gift.

Ballet Idaho executive director, Jenny Weaver noted, “Expanding our performances to new communities is important to our strategic plan of growing our reach to being recognized as “Ballet Idaho” not “Ballet Boise”. As Idaho’s only professional Ballet company this is significant to our mission and this performance in Nampa is a great first step.”

Since 1972, Ballet Idaho has enriched lives through classical ballet and served as a dynamic reflection of the Boise community. Led by Artistic Director Peter Anastos, Ballet Idaho is the only professional ballet company and academy in the state of Idaho, bringing together the highest level of dance excellence with a commitment to education and training. For more information, visit Tickets available here.