Ballroom Surge Dance Studio invades Dallas Design District

March 27, 2016

Ballroom Surge Dance Studio will invade Dallas’s Design District in the summer of 2016. The studio specializes in ballroom, salsa, Latin, country western, and swing and offers classes for novice to advanced dancers. Ballroom Surge has also become one of Dallas’s wedding dance experts by offering personalized routines for wedding couples. Ballroom Surge also offers a fun way for students to exercise; shedding calories while meeting new people.

The CEO of the boutique style dance studio, Gilda Ordonez, is excited to be part of this new entertainment destination where she said, “It will fit perfectly with the neighborhood.” Ballroom Surge will be surrounded by galleries, fine dining, shopping, upscale living, the Dallas Farmers Market, bowling and the new home of Virgin Hotel.

Stirling Kelso of The New York Times said about the district, “While the area’s moment as the city’s “it” district has finally arrived, this historically hard-working part of Dallas has been a destination of sorts since the 1970s.”

Pamela Addison and her husband, George, have been students at the studio’s North Dallas location for several years. She said of Ordonez, “Gilda is professional, flexible, and an excellent teacher. She makes the whole process fun and is very encouraging.”

According to, the studio is committed, “to staying focused on serving our student’s dance needs and providing them with superior customer service. We strive to create a warm and friendly environment and for all our students to have a unique experience.”  Ordonez said, “We believe this has been the key to our success.” Ballroom Surge Dance Studio is proudly “Not for everyone”. They don’t try to teach everyone just the students that they are right for.

The Design District was chosen for the studio’s new location due to its neighboring areas like Uptown, Downtown, Deep Ellum, Bishop Arts, Oak Cliff and Highland Park. With plenty of parking, this property is primed for its clients. It presents a new frontier for the studio to spread the dance and fitness bug. The studio will offer group classes as low as $15 and new students will be offered a complimentary exploratory lesson. 

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