Director, Angela Bergmann
Angela Bergmann understands there are many different reasons why dance is important to each individual student. She also knows the lessons learned in
dance class reach far beyond the studio. Character traits such as hard
work, honesty, and responsibility will benefit the student no matter what
he/she strives for in the future.
Angela Bergmann studied dance
under the instruction of Barbara Wood for 35 years. Mrs. Bergmann has taught in the Fort Worth and Weatherford areas for 20 years. Encouraged by Mrs. Wood, she studied for and passed the oral and dance exam requirements for
membership into the Texas Association Teachers of Dancing, Inc. in 2006. She attends yearly TATD conventions to
expand her teaching skills under the instruction of highly sought after
teachers. She enjoys these
conventions, which are based on education.
Angela has also studied with several
teachers in New York, including a teacher’s workshop with Finis Jhung, who is
well known in the dance community for his fresh approach to teaching ballet.
Angela began teaching a small
group at her church where she also choreographed Godspell. She
spent a year as assistant to Barbara Wood at the Wood Studio of Dance and taught eight years for Sharon Baggett at the Weatherford Dance Center. She started Bergmann School Of Dance in 2007.
She is also a certified Pilates instructor who understands how to
utilize core muscles in order to dance and exercise safely and efficiently.
In addition, she has been a
member/choreographer for The Kesheth Dancers of Dallas for 15 years. This group performed liturgical dance in
worship services and workshops through out the state. Some of her performing highlights with this group
included dancing with the Vocal Majority Chorus, where she met her husband.