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The sounds of a cello playing and a mezzo-soprano singing seem to keep a pair of acrobats suspended in mid-air, attached to an aerial cradle. Their arms and legs hang on, let go and stretch, playing with the idea of fragile proximity. This is the purest form of acrobatics, where the tension in a body responds to a look, the movement of the cellist’s bow or a voice taking a breath. Played within the confines of a very small ring, O let me… is an invitation to share in an intimate musical, visual and sensual experience.