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New Britain: (860) 224-0625
Hartford: (860) 278-1090
Arthur Murray Dance Studio of New Britain
The Staff of Arthur Murray Dance Studio of New Britain

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Welcome to Arthur Murray Dance Studio of New Britain, where we look forward to providing you with the finest quality ballroom dancing instruction in an atmosphere filled with fun. The management and staff of our studio strive to provide the best possible dance training by way of the tried and true Arthur Murray interrelated system of teaching, created nearly a century ago by our namesake and used to instill a love of dance in everyone from Hollywood greats to heads of state and titans of industry.

From our start as Arthur Murray Dance Studio of Hartford back in 1960 through our transition to our current New Britain location in 1986, we have dedicated ourselves to serving not just our students but the community around us, hosting fundraisers for Footlights, Dress for Success, Dancing for A Cause, Concora Chorale, St. Jude's, Give Kids The World Village, and CRIS Radio among others.

Voted Top Dance Studio in Hartford Magazine and The Hartford Advocate, we have dedicated ourselves to nourishing a love of dance in all those who wish to learn and hope to soon count you among that number.

News & Events

Tell us more!
Posted on Wednesday October 08, 2014

We'd like to know what you think of our dance lessons. Give us feedback when you call (860) 224-0625 today!

Try something new!
Posted on Wednesday October 01, 2014

If you find yourself with a little extra time, then why not sign up for our dance lessons? You're sure to have a blast!

We're curious to know...
Posted on Wednesday September 24, 2014

What made you start dancing?

Engaged?
Posted on Tuesday September 02, 2014

You should dance the night away with confidence on your wedding night! Give us a call at 860-224-0625 today to discuss dance lessons for you and your soon-to-be spouse! 

What does dancing mean to you?
Posted on Tuesday August 26, 2014

Which best describes your perception of dancing – a hobby, an art, a profession or a sport? Let us know!