Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Beth has been dancing since she was 2 1⁄2 yrs old. Beth, the youngest of four, was the first to start dance lessons, soon to be followed by her older siblings. The family of four soon became well known for their love and devotion to the art of dance. Beth, the small fry prima ballerina, went on to compete regionally and nationally performing with The Horizons Dance Company. Growing up Beth studied at the Joffrey School of Ballet, Broadway Dance Center and Steps in New York City with some of the top teachers in the country. Beth auditioned and was accepted into the Dance program at Marymount Manhattan College. The rigorous program consisted of training everyday in ballet, modern, jazz, tap, and performance time.
Beth graduated Marymount with a degree in dance and a minor in education, along with a certification to teach dance to grades K-12. She has taught and directed the dance program at Poly Prep Day Camp, she also taught dance at Poly Prep’s after school program. Beth also taught at Ms. M’s Dance Center and at Empire Fitness where she taught dance to adults. Once graduated, Beth became a full time dance teacher for the New York State Board of Education where she taught at P.S. 163 for two years. From there she moved on to teach at Susan E. Wagner High School for one year. Along with teaching full time, Beth auditioned and became a “Firedancer” for the New York Dragons AFL team for four seasons. Beth was also an elite “Soulmate” dancer for the Philadelphia Soul AFL Team owned by Bon Jovi. It has been Beth’s dream since a child to open her own dance studio and she is proud to say that she is finally living her dream and has carried her career with her. Beth is also enthusiastically inviting students to her Cheer Funk class, which reflects the pro sports team choreography that she learned and performed with the masters. In 2010, Beth was named one of the first choreographers to bring dance to baseball in its inaugural year for the Trenton Thunder and Lakewood Blue Claws teams. You can meet Beth at ICON and see her performing alongside her students at benefits, KTU’s Beatstock and several leading ICON Dance Complex events year-round.