This was an amazing and interesting project that like all shows, came to an end. It did so rather traumatically through the irresponsible and inexcusable actions by the producer. More info is easy to google but here is the gist via the San Diego Union Tribune: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/dec/04/valitar-producer-was-worth-millions-but-left-many/
Join us on an epic adventure to the kingdom of Valitar, located somewhere between myth and magic. Come explore a legendary realm where we can still hear the voice of the horse. Your spirits will soar as the primal elements of earth, wind, fire and water and the ancient energies of love and power celebrate the fabled partnership of man and horse.
From the Latin word Validus, meaning strong, mighty, and powerful, Valitar™ is a touring production featuring the strength and grace of both horses and humans in a riveting performance sure to impress spectators. Valitar’s World Premiere is November 16, 2012 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. This high energy show is performed under a 45,000 square foot BIg Top tent featuring over 25 performers and 50 horses of many different breeds.
Valitar™ is the story of the power and grace of humanity and horses combined. The synergy of equine and human companionship elevates our spirits. Valitar demonstrates this grace and power in a world where the mythological universe comes to earth providing inspiration to us all. Valitar’s muses of love, power, earth, fire, wind, and water will guide us through a story that demonstrates the mystical relationship of horse and man.
Music composed by Martin St-Pierre and performed by Kate St-Pierre (Vocals) Ginny Luke (Violin) and Ivan de Prume (Drums, percussion and Ableton Live) Produced by Mark and Tatyana Remley, Valitar is a new and exciting show created in one of America’s much loved city’s San Diego. Featuring the beauty of horse and man told through dramatic displays of never-before seen acts. Incorporating state-of-the-art technology, high energy, mythical music and a compelling storyline, Valitar is a must see!