Bach's Seats shows both musician and dancers wrestling with issues of confinement. The metaphor of a ring begins with a wedding ring that conjures a white marley bed that ultimately transforms into a boxing ring. A parallel struggle occurs between the live musician and his classical music traditions. Performers from the stage exit and re-enter onto the video and vice-versa. The piece ends with the cellist trapped inside the ring-shaped rim of a 1951 television.