In his review for Allmusic, Mark W.B. Allender notes that " Both Feldman and Courvoisier compliment each other well as they play in perfect step with one another. Highly recommended".All About Jazz said "Feldman's playing, crystalline but fluid, evokes an intimate chamber music aesthetic. Courvoisier covers the range from lush chordal progressions to punchy clusters to light prepared-piano tinkles, constantly evolving a florid sense of drama. While the balance of improvisation and composition on this record tilts more toward the latter than usual, it's quite a refreshing change".