Alto Rhapsody


Reiter-Soffer's Alto Rhapsody (Brahms) is Rhapsodic full of rushing arching  yearning movements, almost never stopping. The flow cast up images of love and loss and return, with ecstatic lifts, breathless falls, bursting leaps. I kept on drifting into its amorphous beauty. The choreography was profound and in Keeping with Brahams's music and Domy Reiter Soffer's swirling romantic interesting movement.

Deborah Jowitt- Voice

"Alto Rhapsody" gets better as it goes along, moving from anonymity into a minor tour de force. Mr Domy Reiter Soffer inspired by Brahams and Goethe, has created a romantic piece without a romantic vocabulary. An ensemble work which explore the relationships among three main couples, all sleekly danced.

Anna Kisselgoff- The New York Times.

Domy Reiter Soffer's "Alto Rhapsody" a sleek, fluid group work set to music by Brahams and a text by Goethe, it has an international flavor to it that would fit perfectly for the Ailey or the Joffrey companies in this country, but Bat Dor dance company gave it their own very individual stamp.

Bob Baker- Daily News.

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