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New dance studio opens in Bergen Beach • Brooklyn Paper

New dance studio opens in Bergen Beach

Dancing reality star Abby Lee Miller (second from right) poses with Michelle Admoni (left), Jump Dance Studio owner Juliette Admoni and her little sister Grace Admoni.
Photo courtesy of Jump Dance Studio.

Break a leg!

Dozens of Brooklynites two-stepped to Bergen Beach on Saturday night for the grand opening of Jump Dance Studio — a ritzy new school for aspiring jitterbugs — featuring a special appearance from Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller! 

The dancing reality television star fielded questions from more than 50 youngsters, before giving them pointers on their moves in a crash course on dancing 101 — officially opening the new studio at Avenue U at E. 71st Street. 

The new southern Brooklyn locale is the second venture of championship-winning choreographer Juliette Admoni — after she opened her first location in the Rockaways six years ago, teaching students of all ages the performance arts of dance, singing, theatre, and gymnastics.

Now, Admoni is twirling into Kings County, and bring her secret to success along with her, she said.

“What sets us apart is our staff,” she said. “Our staff is top-notch. They come from all different backgrounds, some have been on TV and some are training for competitions.”

The new studio offers both recreational and competitive dance programs in ballet, jazz, musical theatre, hip-hop and tap to students from two-years-old and up. 

Jump Dance Studio (7022 Avenue U at E. 71st Street in Bergen Beach), JumpDanceStudio.com.

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