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Hayk Arshakian

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Born: August 17, 1980
Hometown: Echmiadzin, Armavir, Armenia
Current location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Hayk Arshakian is a former professional ballroom dancer specialize in International Style Latin,Standard and American Style. former Armenia National International Latin Champion and National Top Teacher in 2005.

Overview

Hayk Arshakian is a professional ballroom dancer, coach, adjudicator, and choreographer. Hayk brings enthusiasm and a vibrant energy that flows throughout his coachings.

He started dancing at the young age of 6 in his home country of Armenia. He studied ballet, jazz, and modern dance, but his focus and his passion has always been for ballroom dance. After reign as the undefeated Armenian Champion, Hayk came to Fred Astaire Wisconsin, where he flourished as a dancer. In the 10 years that he has been with the Fred Astaire family, he has received the most consecutive Top Teacher awards in the region, as well as taking the National Top Teacher in 2005.

Hayk Arshakian has taken many of his students to the top with him, becoming a Pro/Am United States Champion, and is the undefeated National Fred Astaire Professional American Rhythm Champion. After a long and successful career as an instructor and teacher, Hayk has become a requested choreographer and a respected coach. He cannot wait for his next big adventure.

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