I guess you can call New Chamber Ballet "Miro Magloire's company". He is a choreographer and a composer. A large amount of credit must also be give to his very fine and very professional dancers.
His style somewhat reminds me of Christopher Wheeldon in his use of basic ballet elements while also using his own technical innovations and expression. The quality I like very much about both these choreographers is their maintenance of ballet's Lyrical Beauty.
Miro Magloire's seems very attached to expressing the music. Being a young prize winning composer in Europe this is not unexpected. His choreography is totally in phase with the music. It can ride the different currents within a single phrase.
The music he choses varies from classical to highly abstract. About the abstract, he says that he likes to try to make it emotional. I find his abstract works to have a very fine human quality. This quality is also the result of such fine, attractive and expressive dancers.
From my very limited viewing of his work, one live performance and some internet videos, I enjoy the work called "Romantic Pieces" very much. It is choreographed to some very beautiful music by Antonin Dvorack. It can be viewed at his site by clicking on "Works" and then "Video".
Among the several dances posted, to classically oriented music, "Romantic Pieces" is a skillfully crafted creation. It has a very nice and comfortable flow. It is lovely, inventive and very appropriate for the score. I like it more each time that I see it, as I do all his works.
Part II of "Reflections" is also very interesting to me. (It can also be viewed from the company's internet site). It is choreographed to his own composition. Although I tend to mostly listen to melodic music, I find this score somewhat fascinating in its abstract, perhaps intellectual composition, as well as in its sense of simple listening pleasure. The dancing seems very appropriate for this music and also very interesting and well crafted.
Again I have to say that the quality of his work and Christopher Wheeldon's, that I like very much, is their expression of Lyrical Beauty and the 'Ethereal' as they explore new frontiers.
(The Company's next performance is September 11 and 12, 8:00 pm, at City Center Studios, 130 West 56th St, 4th floor, NYC. It was very reasonably priced when I went last November. Take a look. (more information at internet site)).