Meet Your Instructors
Anthony Jackson (AJ) began his formal dance training with Clifford Breland in 1989 at Bre Dance Studio in Riverside California. Aj is a Charter Member of Bre Dance Theatre and his performing credits includes work in AGMA, EQUITY and AFTRA productions. His performance career spans 3 decades and includes performaning with Opera Companies, Dance Theater Company’s, Television and music video. AJ teaches Ballet, Jazz, Tap and Modern dance at Bre Dance Studio and most recently, he had the opportunity to perform in American Ballet Theater’s production of “Sleeping Beauty”. “I am grateful and very pleased to be teaching at Bre Dance Studio and sharing the gift of Dance.
Victoria began her dance training at the age of 5 at Inland School of Performing Arts in San Bernardino, California, studying ballet, jazz, tap, modern, flamenco and Hawaiian dance forms under the direction of Glenda Lane.
At Inland School of Performing Arts Victoria also trained with Vicki Bails-Leth, Aisha Francis and performed extensively with Inland’s performing troupe. Victoria continued her dance training at Bre Dance Studio in Riverside, California under the direction of Clifford Breland and Denise Ji-Ahnté.
Victoria became a member of Bre’s Performing Ensembles and has performed and competed in numerous prestigious competitions and performances such as, the Japan American Theatre in Los Angeles, CA., the University of California, Riverside and California State University San Bernardino. Victoria has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre with an emphasis in Dance at California State University San Bernardino. Victoria is also a member and choreographer of San Bernardino’s University Dance Company.
Alauna Walls is a highly charged, energetic multi-dimensional Instructor, Dancer and Performer. Alauna has trained at various dance facilities in the Inland Empire, receiving award winning title recognition. Alauna is a student at California Baptist College, with a major in Kinesiology. At the same time Alauna is pursuing a passionate professional performing career in the art of dance.
Choreographer and dancer, Isaiah Matthews, has been dancing and exploring artistic movements since before Isaiah could remember. Isaiah grew up performing at church and school. After high school, Isaiah chose to pursue a professional dance career. Training at multiple dance studios like Playground LA, Offstage by GRV, Snowglobe Perspective and Millennium Dance Complex, Isaiah’s style of hip-hop derives from the cultural dance foundations with a touch of professional technique. Focusing on teaching dancers how to bring out their star qualities by building confidence, clarity, expression through movement.