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Margaret Graham Hills received the Stanley Holden Distinguished Teaching Award in June at the seventh annual Los Angeles Dance Invitational.

Margaret Graham Hills received the Stanley Holden Distinguished Teaching Award in June at the seventh annual Los Angeles Dance Invitational. Hills began her career with the Sadler's Wells Ballet and after an injury joined the faculty at The Royal Ballet School. She currently teaches adult ballet classes at The Westside School of Ballet in Santa Monica and has been adjunct professor of ballet at UCLA and at Santa Monica College. Over the years, Hills has taught in a number of illustrious L.A. studios including those of Stanley Holden, Tanya Lichine, and George Zoritch.
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Author:Hildebrand, Karen
Publication:Dance Magazine
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U9CA
Date:Aug 1, 2006
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