Music from three centuries illustrates the breadth of Balanchine’s tastes. The classic Concerto Barocco brings together the pristine beauty of Bach’s music with Balanchine’s own lush but spare neoclassical choreography. The 20th-century modernist Paul Hindemith provided the music for Kammermusik No. 2, a frisky dance featuring a rare all-male corps supporting two principal couples. And while waltzes were composed as early as the 16th Century, the dance in three-quarter time reached its apogee in 19th-century Vienna, inspiring Balanchine’s intoxicating celebration of its heyday.