Read Full Article. Since then, the studio has undergone new ownership. The new owner, Andy Cabell, has taught at the studio over the last eight years, so he is very familiar with the students, the downtown Danbury area and the message that the studio continues to convey to new students.
The dance academy offers classes for all ages and styles, from ballroom and Latin dancing to hip hop for. They also offer a slate of team building programs aimed at local corporations and associations as well as dance curricula focused on fitness.
In the works are parties and competitions for dancers of all ages from high schoolers to seniors.
In April, Cabell bought the franchise at Main St. New owner expanding dance studio offerings The Arthur Murray Dance Studio in downtown Danbury is more than just a place to learn the foxtrot, waltz, salsa and tango. Although the traditional ballroom and Latin dances remain a major part of the business, new owner Andy Cabell has expanded the offerings to include team-building and health-and-wellness programs for employees, and dance lessons for kids such as ballet, creative movement and hip-hop. Taking the lead: Same-sex competitive dancers seek greater visibility, opportunities In his 10 years teaching dance, Andy Cabell has seen more same-sex pairings put a new spin on traditional expectations, as they push to perform in more mainstream venues and vie for national honors.
During his 10 years as an instructor, he has seen an increasing of same-sex couples arrive to learn the moves for their first dance as a married couple. Start learning salsa, tango, ballroom or Latin dancing! No partner necessary!
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