Angela has been developing and teaching dance for the past twenty-seven years. She has been dancing since the age of three and trained diligently at the Joffrey School of Ballet, NYU Tisch School of the Performing Arts, Steps, Broadway Dance Center, Theatre Dance, Dance Plus and various local studios. She has choreographed and performed on a national level and is also a judge at many world renowned dance competitions. A graduate of NYU Stern School of Business, Angela turned her love of the art into a prosperous dance business. L.A. Dance School of the Arts, established in 1989 and has an enrollment of over 600 students. L.A. Dance Center of the Arts, Lincroft NJ established in 2005 boasts and enrollment of over 250 students. Together the two studios have developed a phenomenal reputation across State lines and throughout the nation. “L.A. Dance School of the Arts” and “L.A. Dance Center of the Arts”, are both state of the art, high tech new facilities offering lessons in dancing, singing,acting, acro and fitness . To ensure that theirstudents receive the highest quality, most well rounded training possible, Angela and her partners Debra, Jeana and Tracey, bring in the best instructors from all over the world.Their students have appeared in: The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Madison Square Garden, The Off-Broadway productions “Shake the Floor” and “Red Hot Broadway”, on MTV, has been cast for many movies, commercials and print ads, have appeared in many Broadway productions including “Music Man”, “Annie” and “Big”. Currently are auditioning for “So You Think You Can Dance” and traveling with Dance Conventions throughout the States.
Angela has most recently been seen designing dance wear for her boutique, costuming, running the business end and is now semi-retired from teaching. Her teaching is down to two days a week. She is so comfortable in her position, knowing that her staff, trained under her are incredible and more than capable of bringing L.A. Dance NY a NJ to the top year after year and for generations to come. “The legend lives on through my students and for that I could not be more proud”