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Christmas Collage: A lost conversation about pedagogical relationships in dance

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In this episode Ruth and ‘finger on the pulse’ Robyn Alvarez unpack the beginning of a lost conversation with Sofie Parsons and Kuldip Singh Barmi about the relationship between students and teachers in dance. It’s like a teaser, but better, especially because it ends with a Christmas song that will make you smile.

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