"Dance and music in perfect partnership“ Oxford Times, April 2014
"Susie Crow, formerly a fine dancer and choreographer with the Royal Ballet's second troupe, now makes dance in spaces where ballet might seem cramped, but with her skilled creations is not.  Latterly she has been producing stylish work with the viola da gamba player Jonathan Rees.  You can sample her creativity on YouTube or seek it out in live and vivid performance.  I admire her.“ Clement Crisp, Financial Times, May 2014
Two Old Instruments is a 40 minute piece choreographed and danced by Susie Crow, with music for solo viola da gamba by C.F. Abel performed by myself. The piece is a reflection on ageing, memory, and loss. The piece was formed in 2014 and 2015 in the Bristol Music Club, the North Wall Theatre in Oxford, St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, twice in St Helen's Central Library for their Cultural Hubs series and in The Hive, Worcester.

Two clips from our St Leonard's performance: