Types of Events

Our Events

Medal Ball

An Arthur Murray Medal Ball is a gala dance event honoring students who “graduate” from one level of their dance program to the next. It’s a classy event where students graduating or not, have the opportunity to enjoy a night of  dancing in a fun and elegant setting.

Showcase

A Showcase is a one-day event where students present dance routines with personalized choreography. These routines make an exciting addition to your medalist program because they allow you to develop showmanship and musical expression along with your social dance skills.

Dance-O-Rama

This is an exciting 2 or more day event that brings students together from many Arthur Murray Studios to compete at their level, in dances of their choice. This requires specialized dance training to polish and perfect choreography technique and style.

The weekend is full of activities such as dance competitions, cocktail parties, dinner dances and exciting professional shows.

For more information on Arthur Murray Dance-o-Rama’s, or to see what other students have to say, check out this video!

 

What is a Coaching Lesson?

In all sport related activities, a third pair of eyes is very important. At times, what feels good does not necessarily look good. A Traveling Consultant (coach) has years of experience and knows shortcuts for greater results. A coaching lesson can give the instructor a wealth of information that will give you a project for the next number of months.
These concentrated lessons are geared not only to the experienced student—they are 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.

For more information or to register, please contact Arthur Murray Toronto at 416.239.8149 or info@arthurmurrayetobicoke.com

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