Music: Ballets

New York. New York's Metropolitan Opera closed a month ago but one night last week the Opera House was alive with white ties and decolletage, turned out to watch the American Ballet dance three premieres in one evening. Igor Stravinsky, who wrote all three, was on hand to conduct. His Apollon Misagete had never been danced in New York. Le Baiser de la Fee had never been danced in the U. S. The Card Party had never been danced at all.

In the last 20 years, Stravinsky has wandered far from his original...

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