Robin Buice

Robin Buice

Robin began dancing at the age of seven and by the time she was 13 years old she had danced in New York City with the Dance Olympics program where she worked with Frank Hatchett and participated in Boston with the Dance Olympus program. In High School, she held lead dance roles in West Side Story and The Wiz.

Robin attended and received her dance instruction certificate in 1993 through the Dance Educators of America at Kent State, in Ohio. She has taught dance at several dance studios since then, giving her over 22 years of experience. Other career highlights for Robin include: performing as a demonstration dancer for Bob Rizzo, director of the Air Force Academy dance program, NAACP annual talent show judge, Rampart HS audition choreographer for the dance team, director of several competition ensemble groups, Director of Dance Connections at several D11 elementary schools. Robin’s choreography, Africana, was chosen to perform at the Imagination Celebration at the Fine Arts Center.

Robin loves to instill the love of dance to her students by offering the highest level of training and by expressing that dance should always be FUN!

“No one is born a dancer. You have to want it more than anything.”

— Mikhail Baryshnikov