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Alan Dixon

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Born: January 14
Hometown: Windsor, Berkshire, United Kingdom
Current location: Chino Hills, California (USA)

Alan Dixon is a former 3-time undefeated United Kingdom Ten Dance Champion. Currently, he is a United States National NDCA member, adjudicator and examiner with over 35 years of dance experience. He is also the owner of Vivo Dancesport Center located in Hacienda Heights, California.


Alan Dixon is originally from Windsor, Berkshire, England where he was a successful Amateur competitor, becoming a 3-time undefeated United Kingdom Ten Dance Champion. Upon moving to the USA, Alan turned Professional and began dancing with Debbie Avalos Kusumi, successfully.

Alan is the owner and director of Vivo Dancesport Center located in Hacienda Heights, CA, a dance studio that has had the goal of introducing the beauty, grace and style that truly represents Ballroom and Latin American dancing to his students. Alan travels frequently throughout the USA to adjudicate various DanceSport events and competitions.

Alan Dixon is currently a United States National Dance Council of America (NDCA) member, adjudicator and examiner who specializes in International Standard and Latin as well as American Rhythm and Smooth. He has more than 35 years of dance experience and it is this depth of knowledge, experience and a life-long love of Ballroom Dancing that he wants to share with others, the main reason for his opening of Vivo Dancesport Center.

Alan is proud to have nurtured 3-time Amateur National Champions, Amateur U.S. National Finalists, 4 Blackpool Professional Rising Star Champions, 14 United States, 16 Ohio Star Ball and Embassy Ball finalists along with 16 U.S. National Professional Rising Star Champions.


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