Terpsichore (pronounced "terp-SICK-ur-ee") was, like Calliope, a muse, one of the nine daughters of Zeus and a mortal woman. Each was in charge of a different aspect of the arts.
Terpsichore is mostly associated with dancing, though some stories put her in charge of choral singing (groups like choirs). Her name comes from two Greek words meaning "to delight in dancing."
In 1996, Maria Tallchief was honored at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., for achievement in one of the
arts. In which field has she been called "the most technically proficient America has ever produced"?