(107) Misa Kuranaga, Boston Ballet Principal

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On this week’s episode of ‘Conversations On Dance’, we are joined by Boston Ballet principal Misa Kuranaga. A native of Japan, Misa first came to dance professionally in America with the San Francisco Ballet, before additional training at the School of American Ballet. In 2003, she joined Boston Ballet, where was quickly handed major soloist and principal opportunities, ultimately rising to the rank of principal dancer in 2009. We talk to her about her path to Boston Ballet, fighting through periods of uncertainty and lack of motivation, and how she continues to develop her artistry after nearly ten years as a principal.

Support for this episode is brought to you by Yumiko, The Vail Dance Festival, and Quarter Marks.

Enter to win a Yumiko leotard now through September 22, 2018: instagram.com/conversationsondance.

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