Danvers Resident's Dance Studio Competes in National Competitions

Addie Teller and Chloe Teller from Middleton dance with Liza Indiciani Studio of Dance. Photo credit: Courtesy.
Addie Teller and Chloe Teller from Middleton dance with Liza Indiciani Studio of Dance. Photo credit: Courtesy.

In 2004 when Liza Indiciani of Danvers opened Liza Indiciani Studio of Dance in Beverly, she had 180 students. Now, 10 years later, she has more than 500 students enrolled ranging in age from 2-18, some have gone on to work as professional dancers. 

“I grew up a competitive dancer,” said Indiciani. “I trained in the Boston area at competitive dance studios and then went to Roger Williams University as a Dance and Business Management Major. The past 10 years have truly been a dream come true.” 

Liza Indiciani Studio of Dance offers classes from preschool through high school for all dance styles such as jazz, tap, classical ballet, hip hop and lyrical. For the more serious dancer, Liza Indiciani Studio of Dance offers The Intensive - Competitive Dance Program. This is by invitation and/or audition only.    

"Many of my original students have been with me for the past ten years and are now graduating high school," said Indiciani. "It has been an honor to watch them grow and mature as dancers and as individuals." 

Liza Indiciani Studio of Dance has won many awards including numerous Regional and National level top score placements and top awards in all subject areas and all ages of dance. The studio has also won numerous choreography awards at both the Regional and National level. 

"We just completed our regional competition season," said Indiciani. "In July, our dancers will be competing at American Dance Awards National Finals. Our annual dance recitals will take place in May with four wonderful performances featuring all students enrolled in the studio. Fall registration will take place beginning in May and will run through early September. This has been an amazing journey over the past ten years.  I look forward to many more years of happy students and building relationships within the community."


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