A review of New York City Ballet by Siobhan Burke in The New York Times.
Tiler Peck and Robert Fairchild also matched each other, with more fervor than equanimity, in the eerie, sometimes overwrought “Opus 19” (1979). Maria Kowroski starred in “The Concert” (1956), and what a joy to see her, usually the epitome of composure, in a role that calls for dancing badly. Of all the work’s terrifically clumsy, zany moments, the sweet, spare umbrella scene is the most poignant, as dancers take cover, alone and together, from rain that may or may not exist. Walking back out into the city on a damp night, testing the air with one palm, you could have been one of them.