Aspen Santa Fe Ballet is back to the artistic strength befitting their reputation since the last time I saw them, with three very stylish contemporary works by Jorma Elo, Alejandro Cerrudo and Cayetano Soto in a program reminiscent of illustrious international-recognized companies like Nederlands Dans Theater and Batsheva. especially Soto’s crowd-pleasing “Huma Rojo” which uses swing music similar to that of Ohad Naharin’s “Minus 16.”

Cerrudo’s “Silent Ghost,” the other ASFB-commissioned work on the program, showcases the collective artistry — and individual personalities especially Jenelle Figgins — of the company while “1st Flash” by Elo has been well adapted from the original creation for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.