"Charlie Barber's music was extraordinarily haunting, barbed, darkly beautiful and at times even a little chilling."
Graham Williams, Swansea Evening Post, 16 February 2009
"The secret of the work's success, aside from the evident invention of Abreu’s choreography, is the employment of live musicians and the commissioning of a new score from Charlie Barber. There are echoes of Beethoven’s slow movements in parts of his music, which inspire moments of heartening choreographic lyricism, as well as pockets of pelting rhythmic drive that charge the dance up with electric verve."
Ian Palmer, Ballet magazine, April 2009