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Julia Sutton, 83; inspired students with love for dance, music

By Laurie D. Willis
Globe Correspondent / September 11, 2012
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A teacher at New England Conservatory and a dance music historian, Julia Sutton introduced students to her love for dances created centuries ago. For years, Dr. Sutton taught performance of early music, chaired the conservatory’s music history and musicology department, and directed the Collegium Terpsichore, which performed Renaissance and Baroque dance. Wendy Heller, a former student who is now a music professor at Princeton University, said Dr. Sutton’s “passion for music and music scholarship impacted generations of conservatory students.”

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