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Raising the barre

“I’m always looking for stories or images to engage the students,’’ says Margaret Tracey, head of the Boston Ballet School, with dancer Daniel Goldsmith. “I’m always looking for stories or images to engage the students,’’ says Margaret Tracey, head of the Boston Ballet School, with dancer Daniel Goldsmith. (Rosalie O’Connor/Rosalie O’Connor Photography)
By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / January 7, 2010

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Now that the mouse and soldier costumes have been packed away with the other “Nutcracker’’ finery, it’s back to basics for Margaret Tracey, who heads the Boston Ballet School - the largest professional ballet school in North America. Raised in Pueblo, Colo., Tracey was a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet, where the New York Times’ Anna Kisselgoff ... (Full article: 547 words)

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