Rachmaninov's concerto, (...) is born by eleven beautiful dancers. Lightness and rediscovered joy are expressed (...) before the final explosion (...) in a euphoric and communicative whirlwind.

La Provence, Marie-Eve Barbier

Here the dancers (...) move through the whole space with such astounding virtuosity that we imagine them to be improvising. From beginning to end, the choreography amazes us by its boldness, its wild gestures and the incredible elegance of the dancers.

Danser, Philippe Oualid

With a combination of power and grace, the dancers' bodies become the notes of a delightfully harmonious music score.

La Voix du Nord, ...