"Unexpected and remarkable complicity between two forms"

An unexpected and remarkable complicity between two forms of artistic expression. Who, familiar with Bartok’s sonata, would have imagined that a mime could accompany it? And yet the gamble paid off: it is as if the music and the language of gesture were made for each other, like two fraternal twins, born together, different but in perfect harmony.
— Daniel de Montmollin, Brother of Taizé, Potter
EnglishTony Howell