by ALAN PETER RYAN
the Chicago Tribune
"The stage was bare, and the dancers' unadorned costumes offered no clue as to who they were or what they were doing... They made no obviously theatrical gestures, exchanged no significant glances, yet I felt sure they were telling some kind of story. Was I missing the point? All at once I understood: the music was the story. . . . Rooted in my seat, eyes wide with astonishment, I asked myself, Why hasn't anybody ever told me about this? And what kind of man made it?"
in the second part of the linked article