To honour Peggy Baker’s 25 years as the National Ballet School’s Artist-in-Residence, NBS is calling on alumni to send testimonials, messages, and memories of Peggy to be included on a special website tribute page.
Please share and send your thoughts, text, and images to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 3.
The page will be published by December 31.
"I was appointed NBS Artist-in-Residence in 1992, at the age of 40. At the outset, I think I viewed teaching as engaging and constructive work that supported my ambitions as a dancer and choreographer. I had no idea that my learning curve as a teacher of massively talented and highly skilled teenage ballet students would revolutionize my own physical and creative practice. But that radical shift came into play very quickly, and has deepened and expanded with every year. NBS is my creative home, and my exploration and exchange with NBS students lies at the very heart of my dance life."
— Peggy Baker