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After an adventurous youth as the daughter of a Hollywood star, Gretchen Hayden has found her grounding passion in Indian dance

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / December 1, 2007

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MEDFORD - A jazz soprano saxophone riff moaned and echoed, started and stopped, inside the otherwise dark and quiet hallways at Springstep studios last Sunday afternoon. The music, mellow and smooth, was accompanied by the rapid clap of bare feet slapping hard and fast against the wood floor. Bells shimmied and rattled. It was an unlikely but captivating orchestra. (Full article: 1547 words)

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