“I didn't know if [ballet] could feel contemporary, and gut-punch you in the visceral way that a film can today. But when I saw Concerto Barocco, I knew it could. It’s one of the reasons I became a choreographer. You don't have to 'get' ballet to see Barocco. There is no story. It simply relies on beautiful execution by highly trained bodies. It’s like a film in that it matches image to music, but a film created by two of the greatest artists of all time."