Margaret Barr

Australia, 1986

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Episode of Series “Dance: Videos of Australian dancers and choreographers”.
Margaret Barr first trained in the Denishawn style and went on to study with Martha Graham in New York where she developed her interest in choreography. She discusses the importance of stress in the Graham technique and how it differs from classical ballet. Research and interview conducted by James Murdoch.

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