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Andrea Zaramella

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hometown: Brindisi, Italy
Current location: Charlotte, North Carolina
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Andrea Zaramella is a professional ballroom dancer, specialize in International Style Standard. Andrea is a 5-Time Italian Ballroom Champion, World Under 21 Ballroom Vice-Champion, Semi-Finalist at the many major competitions in the world of DanceSport. Now Andrea is Instructor, Coach, USA Dance National Adjudicator and competition organizer

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Andrea Zaramella started dancing at the age of 9 in a small city on the Southeast coast of Italy called Brindisi. He started traveling and competing all over the world from the age of 14. In his 27 year career in ballroom dance, several of his accomplishments include being the:

He also performed in several TV shows, and was a part of "Dancing with the Stars" in Italy.

Andrea is a World Dance Council (WDC international Adjudicator for Italy as well as an Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) and USA Dance certified Championship Level National Adjudicator in the US.

Now based out of Charlotte, NC he currently teaches, coaches and choreographs for top performing competitive students, Amateur and Professional couples, and produces and manages shows and dance competitions in the US and Europe.

Some of these include The "Excellence Charlotte Dance Festival", The "Italian Pearl", and "Dance Legends Charlotte", as well as currently, the USA Dance NQE - "Charlotte Star Ball".

Andrea is also the founder of "Tomorrow’s Champions" Foundation, which is a charitable project that provides ballroom dance education and lessons for children and youth with disabilities with the goal of improving their future and creating an impact in their lives.

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