Don’t miss class April 20 – 25. We will try on our costumes for the Spring Show. We will also talk about everything you need to know to be prepared for rehearsals and the week leading up to the big day. Bring all questions you may have.
Elizabeth Lamp Photography will be at Inspire Dance May 29 & 30 to take class & individual portraits for the recital. Information on pricing and schedule will be available during All About Recital Week.
Dena Rizzo has been teaching and educating students in Hip Hop for over 20 years. She travels all over the country teaching on several convention circuits as well as master classes in studios. Once Dena moved to NYC she worked with MTV, VH-1, and was part of a summer intensive called Destination Broadway just to name a few. She left NYC to be closer to her family and began putting together a dance ministry to add to her long list of projects she continues to be a part of.
Dena has a passion to teach not only the technique of Hip Hop but to further educate students, teachers, and even parents in the lifestyle of the Hip Hop culture. You will leave her class not only inspired by the style but educated in the true art form of Hip Hop.
Aaron Burr started dancing at the age of 3. By the time he was 11 he landed his first professional gig at the Carolina Opry in Myrtle Beach, SC. At 12 he appeared on Good Morning America where he won a week long dance contest hosted by Diane Sawyer. Shortly after, 9-time Tony Award winner Tommy Tune handpicked Aaron for a National Tour for 9 months. After the tour, Aaron appeared on Season 1 of America’s Got Talent, as well as America’s Most Talented Kids. As an adult, Aaron has performed and taught all over the world. As a Carolina boy, he feels very blessed to have dance take him so many places.