The most famous Debussy's work, which, according to some, marks the very beginning of modern music, Clug connects with a meditative, deeply disturbing Pergolesi’s work from 1736. Composed in the last weeks of a young author's life, Stabat Mater portrays the suffering of the Virgin Mary during Christ's crucifixion. Humility, simplicity, and unexpected flashes of pure musical joy encouraged Clug in his quest for the contemporary choreography of this work. He encounters a strong message of hope in it and builds a unique atmosphere in which he celebrates life, not suffering. Author’s dedication and meticulousness create an imaginative metaphysical view of the complexity of life and interpersonal relationships.