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Universal Ballroom Dance Center

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Location: 41 E Crescent Blvd, Camden, NJ 08103
Owner: Sandra Fortuna
Website: Universal Ballroom Dance Center


Universal Ballroom Dance Center is a Ballroom Dance studio located in Camden, NJ.


This school has been operating for 40 years.

Over the years, Universal Ballroom Dance Center has turned out thousands of Social Dancers, hundreds of quality competitors, scores of successful dance teachers, dance performers, dance choreographers, and dance studio owners as well.

This studio offers Social Dancing for nightclubs as well as for Ballrooms as well as International and American Styles of Ballroom Dance for social, hobby and competitive dancing.

A teacher training program, as well as Junior and Youth programs, along with Adult Medal Programs are available.

There are graded group classes and private lessons in all styles of Ballroom Dance, and also offer Wedding First Dance choreography.

The staff of Universal Ballroom Dance Center has invented and published Social Dancing curriculum that people with physical disabilities can learn, which in return gives them the opportunity to even learn a special dance for their Wedding First Dance.


Universal Ballroom Dance Center, located at 41 E Crescent Blvd, Camden, NJ 08103, has three ballrooms/studios. Each is fully mirrored and equipped with excellent sound equipment.

The Main Ballroom in which dancers enter from the front door foyer, is pictured on the upper right. In the middle-right is the Silver Studio. The bottom right pictures the Wedding Room.



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