The staff at Ballroom in Boston have collectively been teaching dance for over 20 years all over the United States. They have been trained by some of the best in the industry, including Jim & Janell Maranto, Tony Dovolani, Bill Morganti and many more.
They have competed successfully in the professional ballroom dance circuit for many years in many different styles.
Teaching ballroom dance is the true passion of the Ballroom in Boston staff. They strongly believe that anyone can learn to dance with their fun and easy method of teaching.
Lilia began her ballroom dancing career as a member of the prestigious MIT Ballroom Dance Team, where she competed extensively in the collegiate ballroom dance circuit. After graduating with a degree in political science from Wellesley College, she moved to Florida to begin her career as a ballroom dance instructorRead More & Contact
Bradley, coming from a family of dancers, has been surrounded by dance his entire life. Starting at the age of 9, Bradley began contemporary line dancing, a form of solo dancing that is rapidly evolving to incorporate aspects of ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and many more styles of dance. At theRead More & Contact
Matt began dancing in High School when his Calculus teacher taught West Coast Swing to Matt’s class after their AP test and then encouraged them to go to the local dance hall for the lessons and social dance. Matt quickly discovered both his talent and passion for the dance andRead More & Contact
A love of life and expression of art brought Desirae to partner dance well into her adult years. She currently competes at the Advanced level in the World Swing Dance Council, attends dance conventions throughout the United States and internationally, supports the programs of Boston-area dance studios, and participates inRead More & Contact
Zachary Miller is a music teacher and performer from Anderson, South Carolina. He moved from his hometown to Charlotte, NC for graduate school before moving to Boston in 2016 to enjoy the live music, delicious food, and many museums. He joined Ballroom in Boston in February of 2016. His MusicalityRead More & Contact
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