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Joe Trovato

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Born: March 18
Hometown: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Current location: Fort Walton Beach, Florida
Current status:
  • Dance Board Member
  • Studio Owner
  • With Fred Astaire Dance Studios since 1991

Joe Trovato excels both in dance and business areas. He is available for sales training, as well as motivational seminars and meetings. Joe’s been Florida’s leading teacher for many years and Top Manager for over five years.


Joe Trovato is part of the prestigious Fred Astaire Dance Studios National Dance Board team that actively coaches our Students & Instructors in dance studio locations across our network, oversees Dance Instructor training and certification, judges (Professional, Amateur, Pro/Am) at Regional and National Fred Astaire Dance Studio Dance Competition events, and continuously reviews our proprietary dance curriculum to ensure only the finest, most up-to-date programs for our Students.


  • 3-Time Fred Astaire Open Rhythm Champion
  • United States Dance Sport Championship Rising Star Finalist and Open Rhythm Finalist
  • Emerald Ball Rising Star Champion and 3-Time Open Rhythm Finalist
  • Ohio Star Ball Rising Star Champion and 3-Time Open American Rhythm Finalist
  • Texas Challenge Rhythm Finalist
  • Qualified Adjudicator
  • Member Degree American Style Smooth
  • Member Degree American Style Rhythm
  • Member Degree Theater Arts
  • Collaborated in the creation of the Silver and Gold Level Syllabus
  • Featured Demonstrator in Fred Astaire Dance Studios training videos

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