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Recent Dance Studio Reviews in Cambridge

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    DANCE IT UP DANCE CTR
    This dance studio is wonderful. I take my two year old every week for 1 and a half hours. I pay 25$ per class but do payments monthly. The studio is beautiful, large and decorative. They have a parent area where you can bring your laptop or work while you wait for the class to be over. They have toys and a play table in case you need to bring other children who aren't enrolled. The staff are very patient with these two years old and my daughter wasn't paying attention or following directions at first but now, it is amazing all the things she is doing. I highly recommend this studio and their boutique and wonderful. 
    - Angeliny O.
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    Out to Dance
    What a great experience. It was fun, the instructor was great. We did review each week to perfect the steps we learned before we moved onto new things. I would definitely take another class here.
    - Linda M.
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    Dancesport Of Boston
    I decided to take a cruise over the holidays and wanted to be able to ballroom dance respectably. I had never learned ballroom dance so definitately needed the instruction. I twelve took private lessons with the co-owner, John Paul. I am now very spoiled!! Nothing like learning to dance with someone who REALLY knows how!! John taught me waltz, tango, chacha, rumba, foxtrot, and swing. I went on my cruise, but was still such a beginner. I knew I would have to return to lessons and learn over a longer period of time - especially if I wanted to have fun dancing and be able to dance well even if my dance partner could not. Even though private lessons got me off to a good start, the lessons I now take are very thorough. DanceSport Boston knows how to teach. They take you slowly through all the steps with and without music, and they pay special attention to those who need a little (or, a lot) extra help. They love the dance and can pass that enthusiasm on to the learner - male or female! Males have a bit more to learn as they lead the dance. I have watched John, and his wife, Anne Marie, carefully and patiently help men learn the little things they need to know to in order to lead successfully. I am still learning, and loving every minute of it!
    - Lisa A.
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    Supershag Productions & Dance
    They have different types of classes like group class and individual lesson. The teachers are very skilled especially if you have never danced before, they will get you dancing quickly and give you the confidence to go out and dance at the party or wedding whatever. They also have Friday night parties you can go to and they have free lessons there as well. I would use them again.
    - SUSAN B.
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    Out to Dance
    Best thing we ever invested in. Liz was more than patient. Very encouraging definitely knows her stuff it was a very relaxing atmosphere you almost forget you are learning something it was fun. We both came out feeling like we could conquer anything. The self confidence alone was worth the trip. We drove over an hour each way and don't regret one single minute. Can't wait to start our next class. Just not sure what we want to start with - salsa, Latin, cha-cha, etc. I guess just one at a time.
    - raymond c.
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    NEW ENGLAND BALLET
    They have a two classes to choose from, both an hour and a half. Mondays class covers more and is a great workout. The Wednesday class is a little slower paced, which as a dancer who had taken a significant break, I really appreciate. The teachers are very low-key and really try to encourage you to grow and improve. Well worth the money. $25 was the drop-in rate, but there are ways to get discounts including a and quot;punch cardand quot; system where you pay for a number of classes and attend as your schedule allows. They have a great makeup policy. too.
    - David B.
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    Matta Dance Studios
    The price is very reasonable.  The owner Linda is phenomenal.  She's a great dance instructor...great, great, great.  I can't say enough about her.   I highly, highly recommend her.  She's very professional...beyond amazing.
    - Patricia S.
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    Out to Dance
    I never thought I would be able to learn to dance. But I took lessons from Liz and now I love swing and ballroom dance. She knows how to work with individuals to help build your confidence and get you dancing before you know it.
    - CAROL ANN A.
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    Dancing Arts Academy
    The teacher, Jackie, is very friendly and accommodating. Her cost structure is more flexible than many dance studios in that she bills in seven week increments. The only drawback is that patents can't watch the classes as they are happening, but do get to see a recital at the end of the school year.
    - Nancy M.
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    Champions Dance Studio
    About a year ago, my wife and I managed to completely mess up a waltz at our church. So we went looking for private lessons and found Judit Gaspar of Champions Dance Studio in Everett. The experience has been spectacular and has turned into far more than we expected. I'm writing this review primarily because I want to share!  Initially, we took a private waltz lesson every other week. Judit is professional, listens, and works hard to both guide the lessons in a productive direction and also provide what you think you want (not always the same thing!). And we were both making progress and enjoying ourselves. Somewhere in the summer, we started taking basic group lessons in other dances besides waltz. To our surprise, our kids wanted to take lessons as well, so they started the fall cycle of kids' classes. It's become a great, enjoyable activity for our family. My own expectations were fairly low to start out (can't say I'm the best raw material to work with!), but I think I'm slowly getting to the point where I can function on a dance floor. Primarily, it's been a great way to work on something challenging with my wife, and it's also been an unexpectedly efficient way of getting my head out of work and into family time. And I have to say that my daughters are actually starting to look like they know what they're doing out there. The studio teaches the classic ballroom dances (waltz, rumba, foxtrot, cha-cha, etc) and also has classes in salsa, Argentine tango, and zumba. In addition, the studio is capable of handling a skill level far beyond my own -- both Judit and her assistants are highly decorated competition dancers, and a portion of their client base is there for the detailed technical training that makes them perform well in competitions. Some of her people have done well on Dancing with the Stars, in New England area ballroom competitions, etc. Generally, pricing for unlimiited group lessons is a little over $100 a month. Private lessons are in the $70 range. I can't say enough positive things about the studio and people there - if you want to take up ballroom dance (or have kids who do), you'd do yourself a favor by giving Champions a call.
    - BRIAN H.
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