Choreographer, Jerome Robbins, used The Goldberg Variations as the score for his ballet of the same name. The New York City Ballet premiered the work in 1971. Robbins was considered to be a very musical choreographer. He respected Bach’s work and included all of the musical repeats in his version of The Goldberg Variations.
I recall enjoying a live performance of this Robbins work many years ago at the New York City Ballet’s summer home in Saratoga Springs, New York. The solo pianist played from the stage.