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Be a part of the leading and largest ballroom dance organization in the world! Over 280 studios strong in 20 different countries. With our locations in Madison, Sun Prairie and Eau Claire, Wisconsin as well as our Rockford, Illinois location, Arthur Murray Dance Studios specializes in providing private and group Ballroom and Latin dance lessons to individuals of all ages and skill levels.
Learn to dance with the best dance studio in the world.
If you like watching "Dancing with the Stars"and "So You Think You Can Dance", you'll love having fun, meeting new people and learning to dance with us!
For almost a century, the Arthur Murray method of private, group and practice sessions has helped people from all walks of life to become confident on the dance floor.
Dancing has never been more fun!
Why wait any longer? Do it with the one you love, do it with a friend, or just do it for yourself.
No partner needed.
As America's second oldest franchise organization, Arthur Murray International, Inc. is known around the world as a prominent entertainment company with franchises located throughout the United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Europe, the Middle-East, Japan, Hong Kong, Germany, England, Latvia, Italy, Taiwan, China, South Africa, The Ukraine, Poland, Austria and Australia. With the beginning of a new millennium, social dancing is again a significant part of popular culture for all generations.Today the Arthur Murray Franchised Dance Studios continue a tradition of more than 100 years in teaching the world to dance. The history of the Arthur Murray Franchised Dance studios began in 1912 with a man named Arthur Murray, an American symbol of entrepreneurial success and social dancing.
Arthur Murray Celebrates 101 Years
2012 marks 100 years since a shy young man named Arthur Murray stepped onto the dance floor and into the history of American pop culture. Known best for the iconic Arthur Murray Dance Studios, Arthur Murray, the man, was a brilliant marketer and innovator, starting his dance teaching career in 1912.
“Most people remember Arthur as an older gentleman smiling in grainy dance photo poses from the 1950s, many times accompanied by his wife Kathryn, a television celebrity in her own right. But Arthur was a visionary,” said John Kimmins, President of Arthur Murray International. “Fueled by a passion for sharing his love of dance, Murray created new marketing methods and embraced the latest in technology and media to bring joy to millions. Go to 100YearsOfDance.com