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About Michèle Evans

Michèle Morin Evans has won every major competition of Theatrical Ballroom in the United States and abroad with her long-time partner David Rosinski, including: the 1985 and 1986 United States Championship, 1986 World Invitational in Blackpool, England, the Silver Medal at the 1995 United States Championship and second place in the 1995 World Invitational.

She has made several television appearances; among them, CPTV’s Championship Ballroom Dancing, Star Search, a special presentation at Walt Disney World for Telemundo and at Madison Square Garden for ESPN.

She was featured with her partner, David Rosinski in the New York Times in 1989 and again, in the spring of 2001 when her work with Hartford Youth Dance Initiative was part of an article on Ballroom Dancing for youth.

Michèle has been teaching in Connecticut since 1981. She was a faculty member of the Hartford Ballet School, and she also taught at the Educational Center for the Arts in New Haven, Fred Astaire Studio, and the U.S. Dance Club.  She taught young children as well as senior citizens at Community Centers in Rocky Hill, Bloom field, Windsor, South Windsor and West Hartford.  From the Masonic Hall in West Hartford, she taught for many years and developed a unique method for teaching ballroom dancing which attracted an ever increasing student body.  Michèle finally moved into her own  space in Hartford in June 2009.

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