The owner of The Dancer’s Pointe in Orlando, Florida, Susan Schott Martucci, describes her dance studio as offering quality dance education in an atmosphere that is warm and caring. Dancer’s Pointe opened in 1990 and has been teaching dance in the same location, south of downtown Orlando, ever since.
The Dancer’s Pointe is proud of all of their dancers, both current and alumni – not only those who have continued in the world of dance through college and the professional dance world, but also those who have chosen different paths. They believe that regardless of the path chosen, their students and alumni are doing it better and with more style because they are dancers!
In Susi’s opinion, her dance studio is separated from other studios because their dance studio focuses on being a good corporate citizen. For many years, they have participated in fund raising events for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund) and FFB (Foundation Fighting Blindness) both inspired by people involved with their studio. They collaborate in providing dance experiences with Russell Home for Atypical Children and frequently support community events at local schools, hospitals, nursing homes, churches, etc.
Susi’s proudest moment coaching occurred when alumni students started bringing their children to her for (more…)