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NYCB 3rd Week Symphony in Three Movements, the highlight again

We wish it were called Symphony in Six Movements and would go on twice as long. And when the New York City Ballet dancers get inside the Stravinsky music as they did on Saturday evening, stoking it with attitude and...
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