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    The Dance Coach

    Get expert advice from NYC dance professional, Bob Rizzo

    • UPLOAD YOUR DANCE VIDEO FOR REVIEW
    • ONE-ON-ONE CAREER COACHING
    • NYC STUDIO EXPERIENCE

    For Dancers - Teachers - Choreographers - Parents

    GET STARTED > PLAY VIDEO
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    The Dance Coach

    Get expert advice from NYC dance professional, Bob Rizzo

    • UPLOAD YOUR DANCE VIDEO FOR REVIEW
    • ONE-ON-ONE CAREER COACHING
    • NYC STUDIO EXPERIENCE

    For Dancers - Teachers - Choreographers - Parents

    GET STARTED > PLAY VIDEO
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    The Dance Coach

    Get expert advice from NYC dance professional, Bob Rizzo

    • UPLOAD YOUR DANCE VIDEO FOR REVIEW
    • ONE-ON-ONE CAREER COACHING
    • NYC STUDIO EXPERIENCE

    For Dancers - Teachers - Choreographers - Parents

    GET STARTED > PLAY VIDEO

HOW IT WORKS

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DANCE SERVICES

How our popular "Recorded Video Review" works

It’s simple – just upload a video of your dance or routine to our website and receive personalized, comprehensive feedback on your performance, technique or choreography to add polish and impact! You can use a video shot from your phone, or iPad, or a professional video that you own from a competition.

The Dance Coach will review your video, and then record feedback, including very specific pointers and corrections. The Dance Coach’s voiceover will correspond directly to the video sequence, which allows you to use the feedback to make adjustments that will help your dance shine.

Check out some examples from a Recorded Video Review in the video to the right!

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