From the Times.
Muhal Richard Abrams and Amina Claudine Myers, seated at a pair of dovetailed grand pianos, improvised without interruption for nearly an hour at the Kitchen on Thursday night, in a remarkable display of restlessness, responsiveness and focus. And that was only the second half of the concert. A longer first half featured the Wet Ink Ensemble performing intricate chamber pieces, including one by Mr. Abrams. Either part of the program could have stood alone, but they meant a good deal more in juxtaposition.