Johann Sebastian Bach (Double Violin Concerto in D minor, B.W.V. 1043)
Scenery and costumes by Eugene Berman, executed by Centre Studios and Karinska under the supervision of George Balanchine. Lighting by Jean Rosenthal. (From 1951, danced in practice clothes, without scenery.)
October 11, 1948, New York City Ballet, City Center of Music and Drama, New York. Conductor: Leon Barzin
Marie-Jeanne, Francisco Moncion; Ruth Gilbert; 8 women
Originally presented by American Ballet Caravan, Rio de Janeiro, 1941. Concerto Barocco was the first ballet danced by the New York City Ballet in its inaugural performance, October 11, 1948, which also included Orpheus  and Symphony in C .
193. Serenata (Serenade) 1941
Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky (Serenade in C for string orchestra, Op. 48, 1889, with third and fourth movements reversed)
Costumes by Candido Portinari
June 25, 1941, American Ballet Caravan, Teatro Municipal, Rio de Janeiro. Conductor: Emanuel Balaban
Marie-Jeanne, William Dollar, Lorna London, corps de ballet.
SONATINA; WALTZ; TEMA RUSSO; ELEGY
Originally presented by the American Ballet, New York, 1935. At the invitation of Nelson A. Rockefeller, Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein formed American Ballet Caravan, bringing together members of the former American Ballet and of Ballet Caravan for a five-months tour of South America. Serenade was presented in repertory with other ballets, including Balanchine’s Ballet Imperial, Concerto Barocco, Divertimento, Errante, Apollo, The Bat, and Fantasia Brasileira.