Terpsichore is the Muse of Dance and Choral songs.
Terpsichore and her eight sisters were born to Zeus, the king of Olympus and god of the sky, and Mnemosyne, the Titaness of memory.
Percy Jackson sees her and the other muses performance in the streets of Olympians.
She and her sister are seen performing during the Winter Solstice.
Terpsichore and her shoes are mentioned many times by her daughter Lavinia Asimov during Apollo’s stay at Camp Jupiter.
Terpsichore has dark hair like her daughter Lavinia Asimov. She is usually depicted sitting down, holding a lyre, accompanying the dancers' choirs with her music.
According to Apollo, Terpsichore has lots of nervous energy. She was never happy unless she was moving.
- Dancing Aptitude: As the Muse of Dance, Terpsichore is a talented dancer.
- Singing Aptitude: As the Muse of Choral Songs, Terpsichore is a talented singer.