DanceSport

DanceSport

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22 W. 34th St. 4th Fl., New York, NY 10001, United States

Founded by Paul Pellicoro in 1985, DanceSport is New York City’s largest dance studio. Located near the Empire State Building, the company offers more than 80 group classes, teaching a variety of Latin and ballroom dances such as the salsa, mambo, and tango. In fact, DanceSport choreographed the tango scene with Al Pacino in Scent of a Woman and frequently assists in dance instruction for Hollywood productions. Dancers of all skill levels are welcome to participate in both the one-month group classes and private lessons. The studio also hosts nightly practice parties, enabling students to socialize while honing their skills.

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