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Miss Diane

Teaching faculty; hip hop crew director

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Miss Diane Glazer started dancing at 8 years old in Bridgeton, Missouri. She began teaching at age 16 at Joan Brown School of Dance. She is the youngest of 5 children. Her three older sisters all danced and her one brother was a drummer in a band. Along with teaching dance, she also taught piano lessons. Music and dance were very prevalent in her family. After high school, Diane became an NFL cheerleader for the former St. Louis (football) Cardinals. She also danced a few special hip-hop routines for the baseball Cardinals team alongside Fredbird. She formed a small performance company called “Movement” and became the choreographer for the Bally Total Fitness Team called “Hardbody Dancers” which performed for various functions all over St. Louis. While she has had a jam-packed career as a dancer and choreographer, her absolute greatest achievement is being a mother to her son, Spencer, and daughter, Delaney. Delaney is a professional dancer who is performing in LA and touring worldwide with different artists. Teaching for Renee’s Dance Studios has been a true blessing for Diane and seeing her dancer's smiles and eagerness is what inspires her each day!

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