George started his dancing career as a member of the UConn Ballroom Team in 2007.  His passion for ballroom dance and his willingness to learn has allowed him to advance through the ranks in smooth, standard, rhythm and latin styles.  He has had the pleasure and honor of learning from the best nationally recognized coaches and mentors the industry has to offer.

GerogeGeorge is a member of the National Dance Council of America (NDCA) and USA Dance.  He won numerous titles from all over the country at various significant national competitions. Along with his partner Alice, they focus on dancing American Smooth (Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot and Viennese Waltz).  They have reached finals at the United States Amateur Championships in Provo, UT, and USA Dance National Championships in Baltimore, MD.  They are ranked 6th in the country in the amateur American Smooth category.

George has a unique ability to adapt and adjust his teaching style to fit the individual dancer or couple.  He teaches social dancers, competitors, wedding couples and groups from all over Massachusetts and Connecticut.  He is a guest dance instructor for UConn Ballroom Team and the Northeastern University Ballroom Dance Club.  He teaches all proficiencies and all styles and makes sure that moves and routines meet the USISTD and NDCA/DVIDA syllabus. George adapts his way of teaching to each of his students and makes sure that his feedback is constructive. He teaches in a relaxed way to make his students feel comfortable and improve in a fun and challenging way. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned dancer, George goes above and beyond the lesson to ensure that his students become proficient and confident dancers.

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