Daniele Fulvi and Veronica Criscione
Originally from Italy, Veronica started her dance journey at age eight studying ballet, modern, contemporary and hip hop dance winning many national contests for young talent. At age 18, she was chosen to be part of a national TV show, “Fame”, as a professional dancer. Dancing International Latin, she became an amateur semi-finalist and finalist in major national and international competitions. After turning professional, her accomplishments included Italian Championship final, top 48 professionals of Blackpool Dance festival, and finalist or champion in many prestigious competitions across the United States.
She has been trained by the top teachers in the world such as Riccardo Cocchi, Yulia Zagoruycheko, Espen Salber, Gaynor Fairweather, Eugene Katsevman and Vibeke Toft.
She is enjoying competing around the United States and teaching dance at all levels. She is also a coach for many American ice skaters who have discovered in her an expert eye for expression, arm styling, and musicality.
Daniele is originally from Rome, Italy and started dancing at the age of thirteen. He has been privileged to study with top teachers such as Riccardo Cocchi, Yulia Zagoruycheko, Espen Salber, Gaynor Fairweather, and Eugene Katsevman and loves the opportunity to share his knowledge.
In his long competitive career, he has achieved many Italian and international awards. He is a former 10 dance Italian champion, 4 time Italian Latin champion, Italian professional Latin finalist, top 48 in Blackpool Dance festival to name a few. He is currently an international Judge and a competitor in the Latin professional division. He is a Rising Star and Open Latin champion in many events across the United States.
Daniele enjoys teaching amateur, pro-am and beginners in all styles (Latin, Ballroom, Smooth, and Rhythm) and helping his students reach their personal goals.