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Wednesday, September 21


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A review of New York City Ballet by Ivy Lin for Bachtrack.


Last year, the opening of New York City Ballet's fall season was crammed to the rafters as the company was back onstage after a one-and-a-half year pandemic hiatus. This year, the fall opener was a much more muted affair. Three veteran ballerinas headlined the All Balanchine bill of Divertimento no. 15, Scotch Symphony and La sonnambula. Megan Fairchild (Divertimento), Ashley Bouder (Scotch) and Sterling Hyltin (Sonnambula) have all been with the company for over 20 years. Fairchild and Bouder are coming back from injuries, Hyltin is retiring this December. Last night felt like a gesture of thanks to these ballerinas for their many years of service to the company.


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