Amanda Treiber, former principal dancer with New York Theatre Ballet, has been featured in masterworks by many legendary choreographers including Jerome Robbins, Antony Tudor, Agnes DeMille, Merce Cunningham and Jose Limón and has originated roles in premieres by NYC’s luminaries such as Pam Tanowitz, Gemma Bond, Richard Alston and Antonia Franceschi. Additional performance credits including Gemma Bond Dance, Co•Lab Dance, David Gordon’s Pick Up Performance Company, Tom Gold Dance, on television in FX’s Pose, and in Park Avenue Armory's production of De Materie. Other honors include performing in the 11th Annual Classical Ballet Gala in Managua, Nicaragua, 15th Festival Internacional de Ballet de Trujillo, as well as the ribbon cutting ceremony for Blake's Barn at Jacob's Pillow.
Amanda’s choreographic debut “Wind-Up” with music by Ryan Anthony Francis premiered in NYTB’s Lift Lab Live in April 2021, and received critical acclaim. Additionally, Amanda has been awarded a NY City Artist Corp grant and a choreographic residency at Sky Hill Farm Studio. Her work has been presented by New York Theatre Ballet, The Little Orchestra Society, CounterPointe and Battery Dance Festival. Amanda’s work celebrates collaboration across art forms. She has collaborated with composers Phyllis Chen, Lauren Vandervelden and Chilean bassist Manuel Figueroa-Bolvarán. Her newest work, “Sideslip,” was created in 2023 in collaboration with visual artist Marcy Rosenblat for the 10th Anniversary of CounterPointe in Brooklyn, NY. Dance Enthusiast said “Witnessing the blending and melding of people and art was an unforgettable experience, one that left a lasting impression on the audience.”
As a Teacher, Ms. Treiber is on faculty at New York Theatre Ballet School, Dance With Jax, FLEUR Dance Convention. and has taught master classes across the United States. Her classes are based on the Cecchetti syllabus, focusing on proper alignment, rhythm and musicality, simplicity of style, and ease of movement. Ms. Treiber, a STOTT Pilates instructor, works with young musicians on the importance of proper alignment and self care. She hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Florida State University.