Arthur Murray Dance Studios
Grand Opening on Brickell
Arthur Murray Dance Studio has arrived on Brickell Avenue, so break out those dancing shoes and learn how move. Their opening party benefited Dress for Success Miami and was a fabulous dance event.
The decision to open a studio on Brickell Avenue was an easy one, said Adrian Persad, director and franchisee.
“Brickell is the new heart of Miami. Anyone and anything that is happening right now is on Brickell,” he said.
The studio will be running opening specials that include personalized packages for all your dancing needs. Each Arthur Murray dance studio offers instruction in the world’s most recognizable dances such as salsa, samba, cha-cha, rumba, swing, tango, waltz, and foxtrot. The Arthur Murray-Miami studio will provide these classics plus classes that celebrate Miami’s unique and vibrant culture.
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