PressReviews for Echo:
Mutso’s cerebral yet highly physical piece fused aerial finesse, powerful emotions and clever, unexpected movement, heralding her arrival as a choreographic force to be reckoned with. /Kelly Apter 'The Scotsman'/
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Reviews for elEven:
With poise, power and great suppleness, we marvel at her control, rising seemingly effortlessly onto pointe. But in the background there is a soundtrack of joints creaking, breathing and heartbeats, showing the effort and strain necessary to achieve the beauty we too often take for granted. At the end of this section, we see signs of worry, perhaps the thought, “How much longer can I do this?” Eventually Mutso slowly removes her pointe shoes and dances with greater freedom incorporating contemporary steps and floor rolls. She is joined by Daniel Kirspuu, perhaps as an alter ego, symbolising her concerns with the uncertainties of this new direction, until she is finally solo again, more confident in her new role.
On the strength of this performance, Mutso has little need for concern about either her performance standards or her ability to command attention through her choreography. /Stewart Sweeney 'Criticaldance'/http://dancetabs.com/2014/08/vtdance-scottish-ballet-dance-artists-iwitness-special-edition-edinburgh/