Dallas Studio Events and Journeys
These concentrated lessons are not geared only to the experienced student; it is useful and productive for all students. While all dancing relates to posture and movement, footwork, timing and communication, a new student will be coached at a newer lever and an experienced student at a higher level. Traveling Dance Consultants are available for appointments on a monthly basis.
Throughout the world, dance schools use medal standards because students with goals become better, more polished dancers in less time. Arthur Murray provides students the opportunity to graduate from the various levels they have achieved throughout the year. Medal Balls are banquets for our students moving onto the next level in their dancing. However, students who are new to their Medalist program, or not graduating yet, are invited to attend as well. Join us for a day of social dancing in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
This is a one-day event held 2-3 times a year. The studio travels to a nearby hotel for an incredible day of choreographed routines, general dancing, freestyle heats, and beautifully costumed professional shows. A choreographed routine makes an exciting addition to a student’s Medalist program because it allows them to develop showmanship and musical expression along with their social dance skills. As always, students who are not participating are welcome to join our cheering section and purchase a Spectator Dinner Ticket.
Dance-O-Ramas are competitive events that are held all over the world and bring students together from many different Arthur Murray studios. These special weekends include all three types of competitive entries (open, closed, and solo routine) as well as themed evening banquets, cocktail parties, and professional shows. You can choose to dance in the Ballroom category, Latin or Rhythm category, Country Western and Specialty category or just do a little bit of everything. Some Dance-O-Ramas even include outings for sightseeing, making the whole event like a vacation! Miami, Las Vegas, Italy, Hawaii…where do you want your dancing to take you?