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by JENNIFER DUNNING for the New York Times
published: September 26, 2006
Music is clearly his first language. His ballet vocabulary is circumscribed, and he covers space, ardently, with sweeping to-and-fros. Some of his dancers are unpolished, but each is engaging company. There were intriguingly odd, personal accents in his new “Velvet,” and even more in “Silk,” which recalled sweet gawkinesses in Eliot Feld’s ballets for his own early companies.