We will be closed until April 30th, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Dance Pavilion will be offering online group classes through YouTube Live on Tuesdays and Fridays at 1PM ET. We encourage dancers to purchase a gift card in our shop to keep these classes streaming to your living room! Gift cards can be redeemed for other services when we reopen! Videos will be posted to the "shop" immediately after our live broadcast!
Whether you want to learn socially, participate in studio performances, compete in national dance competitions, or learn your wedding dance, The Dance Pavilion is the place for you. We have programs for both beginner and intermediate/advanced dancers. If you prefer learning one-on-one in a private session or if you enjoy the energy of a group class, we can help you develop your skills and confidence in a setting that inspires you!
In addition to our experienced, professional staff, we proudly host many workshops with professional ballroom instructors including Katusha Demidova and Arunas Bizokas (8-time World Standard Champions), Pierre Allaire, Igor Litvinov, and Mark Brock.
We are proud of the diversified backgrounds and knowledge that our staff provides with versatility in instructional techniques, creativity, and passion to share the joy of dancing in every way.
At The Dance Pavilion students not only learn to dance, but can use their new skills in fun and interactive events and parties. From the Spring Showcase and 4th of July Potluck to our Halloween Costume Party & Thriller Performance to Annual Semi-Formal Holiday Ball in December, our students become part of a positive, active community of artists.
The Dance Pavilion is a family, and we would love to have you be a part of it. Dancing is a great way to improve fitness, build confidence, meet new people, or bond with a loved one.
" I love to dance and The Dance Pavilion gives me the opportunity to become a better dancer. Chad Brown is an awesome teacher, and he encourages me to do much more that I think I can do. Dance keeps me sane. Thank you Ron Brown and all the staff at the Dance Pavilion." Carol Allen-Levangie