Amy Toponce Moore, owner and Artistic Director of Studio 56 Dance Center.
Amy Moore is the Owner and Artistic Director of Studio 56 Dance Center. She has been studying dance for 28 years and teaching dance for 15 years. She has trained with companies from LA to NYC, including Tremaine, Backstage, The Edge and Martha Graham. Over the years her dance training has lead her to several performances nationwide, including NFL and NBA games. She spent the summer of 2000 in Las Vegas Nevada where she was the master teacher for the Vegas Valley Stars Junior Drill Team. Amy expanded her training and also learned new teaching techniques while in Las Vegas.
Amy has been a master teacher for conventions, camps and workshops throughout the U.S. Her credits also include choreography for High Schools, pageants, NBA dance teams, Ballet West, Jr. Dance Companies and several champion soloists. Here recent work involves Choreography for Zimmer Orthopedics 20th Anniversary Video for the Natural Knee titled I CAN DANCE.
Amy was a part of the talented Utah Jazz Dancers for 4 seasons. She has enjoyed performing and being involved in community events. She was a Para-educator at Evergreen Junior High and Cottonwood High, where she worked with children with emotional and behavioral disorders.
Outside of the studio, Amy is co-director of the Xtreme Danzz Competition held each April. The competition has expanded to 2 venues, offering a wonderful experience for all levels of dancers. She values having the opportunity to provide a positive competitive enviroment to dancer here in Utah.
She is supported by her husband Dusten and children Tyler and Lillyan.