these difficult economic times, money
is tight and parents, students and
businesses alike can’t afford to
waste even a penny.
Parents want extra curricular
activities for their children and many
are looking for long term talent
instruction and safe capable mentoring
How to pick from the plethora of
studios available in the immediate
South Bay Area?
The “right” studio may be just
down the street, but how do you know
for sure Who is Doing What Where and
Obtaining publicity for your dance
studio is not easy with expensive
Do not fret dance studio directors
and parents, Dance Studio
Information (DSI) is here to help!
Founded by Cupertino native,
Stephan McLeroy, Dance Studio
Information is an internet dance
studio listing site based out of the
Silicon Valley in California.
Currently they are focusing their
listing efforts on the Greater San
Jose area, but their ultimate goal is
to give dance studios San Francisco
Bay Area wide a strong voice in the
DSI’s goal is to: help the
perfect studio find the perfect
For dance studios, DSI
offers a free full listing on the
website. This includes the studio’s
name, all of their information, a link
to their site, a review written by one
of DSI’s professional
writers, and images portraying life at
Reviews are written by writers with
various levels of dance experience.
Reviews also include a synopsis of
what the studio offers, a brief
explanation of what the studio
director is doing for the community,
and any other specialties the studio
has to offer.
What DSI needs now is more
content in their database. Dance
Studio Information is putting the
word out that they need more managers,
instructors and studio directors
excited to speak with the DSI
writers to prepare an informative
article on their respective dance
Interested dance studio directors
and managers should contact DSI
parents and students,
go to: www.dancestudioinformation.com
and read the current studio reviews.
Mr. Stephan McLeroy has been tap dancing for 16 years. His first lesson in Sam Weber style rhythm tap was held at Studio 10 Dance in San Jose. While in college, he began teaching at Pamela Trokanski’s Dance Workshop, partly to pay for his education and partly because it was the one thing he could
truly contribute to the Davis community.
While teaching, he found that he truly enjoyed fostering a passion for dance in young people. It was while in college that the spark of
Dance Studio Information was born.