« Instant Composition is the art of composing in the moment. In contrast to a set choreography where the process of decision making happens by developing and polishing the material for many weeks in the studio, an improvised piece demands a different way of working. Here the dancer has to create, compose and perform all at the same time in the performing situation on stage. An instant composition can be completely open, or be predefined by developing a common language between the performers, or by agreeing on a score. But every time the piece is performed in a very new way. Instant Composition as a way of performing asks of the dancer a specific presence and availability, as well as a high degree of commitment and responsibility. ” Bettina Neuhaus.