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Tradition plays a large part in Boston Ballet's new 'Swan Lake'

By Christine Temin
Globe Staff / May 13, 2004

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As a 12-year-old dance student in Helsinki, Mikko Nissinen was chosen to play a very small part in the Finnish National Ballet's "Swan Lake": He was the boy who runs on in the first act to herald the arrival of the queen. (Full Article: 829 Words)

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