“’More Forever’ constantly extended the sonic aspects of dance. The use of release and silence at the end of phrases was astounding; the interplay between quiet and loud, between percussive and stroked footwork, and the immense range of dynamics and meters within a phrase.”
The New York Times

“The piece is about the passage of time and the relationships we make with other people, the sadness and beauty of watching people come and go in our lives.” 
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