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Bill Morganti

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Born: June 4
Hometown: Walpole, Massachusetts
Current location: Walpole, Massachusetts
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Bill Morganti is a former professional Ballroom instructor specialize in International Style Standard, latin and American Style. Bill has certified with ISTD, NADTA and UKA. Adjudicator with National Dance Council of America and World Dance & Dance Sport Council.


Bill Morganti has been teaching students and training ballroom dance professionals around the U.S. and in the Boston area for over 25 years. During that time Bill has performed, taught and been interviewed on several area television stations.

Since 1979 Bill has enjoyed many teaching engagements all over the U.S. and Europe including being asked to perform, demonstrate and teach International style Latin and Salsa, in Blackpool, England, to the cast of "Dance With Me" starring Vanessa Williams. He also taught "Dancing With The Stars" host Tom Bergeron the Lambada and Merengue on two separate television shows in the 1980's.

Bill holds degrees with the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD), the North American Dance Teachers Association (NADTA), and the United Kingdom Alliance of England (UKA).

His degrees include Fellows in American Style: American Smooth & American Rhythm, International Style Standard & Latin and Theater Arts. Bill is also an Adjudicator with the National Dance Council of America (NDCA) and the World Dance & Dance Sport Council (WDDSC).

Bill is the former owner of New England Ballroom, Dance Studio and is considered to be a leading authority on Movement Theory, Movement Analysis and Laban Notation.

Most recently Bill could be found judging the reality TV series "Ballroom Boot Camp" on TLC. Bill is a DVIDA National Examiner.



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