Peter Martins is gone. But the company, at a critical moment in its history, showed grit and rose to the challenge in six Balanchine ballets.
Our critic reflects on the latest season of this company, which may be “heading for a period when it has more talent than it can comfortably present.”
The company’s fall season has been bounteous with repertory by its founder-choreographer, George Balanchine, and features exciting performances.
The Times’s dance critic adds, multiplies and divides up this choreographer’s “Divertimento No. 15,” at New York City Ballet this season.