"The title comes from the old expression 'two's company; three's a crowd'. I start out by showing three dancers as part of a large group. Then I take the soloists out of the group. Eventually, only two will be left. Much of the choreography is classical, but I'm also using some contemporary floor work." — Toni Pimble
String Quartet in F Major consists of four movements and Ms. Pimble has choreographed to the first two. The first movement, allegro ma non troppo (fast, but not too fast), expresses a light-hearted and playful mood. It features an airy principal theme and concludes energetically. The second movement, lento (slowly) is characterized by a plaintive, soaring violin melody that expresses longing and desire, as well as inner happiness.