Dance: Stravinsky II: A Hit Sequel

New York City Ballet shows off its proud heritage "We are after all the Stravinsky company," said New York City Ballet Choreographer John Taras last week. The company was in the midst of its second Stravinsky festival, held on the tenth anniversary of the triumphant first one (as well as the centennial of the composer's birth). There were doubters who pointed out the obvious: the new celebration could only be a coda to 1972 because the best scores have already been used, and City Ballet's master choreographer George Balanchine, 78, is no longer...

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