PZ Dance History
The PZDA opened its doors in September of 1976 under the direction of Paula Zawalich St. George. In July of 2010, Pamela Polo Moscatelli took over the studio that became her second home. She trained here not only as a dancer but as an instructor as well. Both Paula and Pam are Worcester natives. The studio was founded with these four basic principles: Family Oriented, Proper Technique, Teamwork and Achievement.
At the PZDA we are a family oriented dance studio. We are committed to building strong relationships between parents, instructors and students. We look forward to each others company. We strive to instill a love of dance and appreciation for working as a team, building lifelong friendships.
PZDA offers excellence in dance training. Our highly qualified staff is knowledgable in correct teaching techniques. From the very young dancers to the youth and teenaged student, we strive in proper education of all genres.
No matter if we are working with children, recreational or competitive teams, the PZDA strives to produce each group to work together cohesively, towards a common goal. Creating a positive working atmosphere and supporting each other to combine individual strengths to enhance team performance.
PZDA brings out the best in each student by offering a complete and varied dance program with a teacher/student ratio that promotes maximum learning for each individual.