ABOUT OUR COMPANY
Our Talented Dancers
MS. TIFFANY BURTON-GORDON
Owner & Creative Director
Tiffany began her ballet training with Terri Joyner at Flair Dance Studio and followed Joyner to Quest Artist. She continued her training at Baltimore School for the Arts, TWIGS program under the direction of Norma Pera and Robin Snydner. She continued and attended the Baltimore school for the Arts High School.She was awarded a full scholarship to New Worlds School of the Arts in Miami. Where she trained under world-renowned teachers Peter London and Gregory Bradford. Tiffany has performed in works by Hinton Battle, Lisa de Ribere, Parsons Company and George Balanchine, among others. She was also the face of B.E.T commercials.
Joy of teaching....
In 2013 Tiffany was invited to direct a small Dance program for J'mann for B-more. Here she was able to form a small dance troop to share her love of dance. She has since co-directed for other programs in Baltimore. Director for Competition team which holds 1st and 2nd place at Groove and Energy Dance Competitions.Being a Dance Mentor is a must and she has pushed kids to audition for out of state summer intensives, higher dance education programs, and to be up standing citizens. Tiffany has had the honor to be on faculty of Morton Street Dance Center, Gold's Gym, J'mann for Bmore, The Maryland Academy of Dance, ReinventU Boot Camps. All have prepared her to launch Velocity Center for Dance.
Acro & Tumbling
Kayla Lilly was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Graduate of Coker University 2021 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance movement therapies. She was a student at Sudbrook Magnet Middle School and Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts where she also studied dance.
Kayla has attended many summer intensives such as Debbie Allen Summer intensive as well as taken many classes at Broadway Dance Center and Alvin Ailey Dance Theater located in New York. During her time at Coker, Kayla has studied with artists such as Ronald K. Brown, Trent Williams, Meghann Wilkinson, Hannah Baumgarten and Diego Salterini. Kayla has
performed in the Student Choreography Showcase and Faculty and Guest Artist Dance Concert. She also performed at the American College Dance Association Conference (ACDA) and the South Carolina Dance Association (SCDA). She has performed the choreography of Ronald K. Brown, Trent Williams, Lucky Plush Productions and Dance Now Miami! She is currently the
vice president of the Delta Eta Pi Dance Honors society as well as a Maryland All State Dancer (2017). She is thankful to be apart of the VCD Family.
RONDERRICK L. MITCHELL
Ballet, Modern, Jazz
Ronderrick L. Mitchell holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance
Performance and Choreography from New World School of the Arts/University
of Florida and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance from Florida State
University. He began his dance training at Bethel A.M.E. Church (Tallahassee,
Fla.) under the mentorship of Beverly Barber, PhD., former Associate
Professor of Dance Studies in the Department of Physical Education at Florida
A&M University. He furthered his training on scholarship at The Tallahassee
Ballet and danced as a Senior Company Member. He was also awarded a
scholarship to the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance Summer
Intensive. In 2010, he was among 15 student dancers from New World School
of the Arts Dance Program chosen to go to the Czech Republic for the
International Dance Festival of Prague, where he danced BATTLEFIELD
(Robert Battle). The cast of BATTLEFIELD won three awards including the
main overall first place award from the festival. He has preformed in the
companies of The Tallahassee Ballet, Brazz Dance Theater, Bethel Liturgical
Dance Company, Masala Soul Project, and The Campbell Dance Experience.
Mr. Mitchell has also had the privilege of working with world-renowned
choreographers and Artist performing both classical and contemporary
repertoire. Most notably the works of Ronald K. Brown (Evidence/ A dance
Company), Jawole Willa Jo Zollar (Urban Bush Women), Augusto Soledade
(Brazz Dance Theater), Peter London (Former Principle Dancer with Martha
Graham Dance Company), Darrell Jones, and Iyun Harris.
As a teacher he has mentored and coached many young artist from the Miami-
Dade County area (Miami, Fla.), Leon County (Tallahassee, Fla.), St. Louis,
MO., and Baltimore. These young dancers have gone on to dance in some of
the most prestigious performing arts magnate schools and conservatories,
college programs both regional and national. Some of these students have
gone on to join prestigious dance companies and other arts organizations. Mr.
Mitchell’s approach has been seen as bridging the gap between traditional and
twenty-first century pop culture, preparing students to be successful in both
the commercial dance and concert dance world. To continue his work as a
mentor and coach he created RODANCO | A Community Based Arts Program.
As an after school program, RODANCO provides quality dance classes a little
to no cost to inner city students.
Contemporary & Hip-Hop Teacher
London Smith Started her training at CCBC under Thomas Parlon. She is now completing her last semester at CCBC. She attend New Town High School where she was the New Town Dance Company Captain for two years. She has also performed and choreographed for All County Honors Dance Ensemble and performed with Deviated Theatre. She teaching Hip Hop, & Modern/Contemporary at Velocity Center for dance. Also, she has her own Heels, Hip Hop, & Contemporary master classes as well as private lessons. She shares her creativity through her own concept videos. Her goal is to have her own studio and to be a well known choreographer all around the world.
Passionate, Graceful and Flawless
Christina Brown is a graduate of the Coppin State University Dance Program holding a Bachelor's of Science in Dance. While at Coppin she became a proud charter member for the Delta chapter of Delta Chi Xi Honorary Dance Fraternity Inc. Formally she begun her dance training at the age of twelve under the instruction of Ms. Stephanie Powell at Baltimore Dance Tech. Here she was trained in various styles of dance including Ballet,Pointe, Modern, and African. Christina has performed lead roles such as Snow Queen and Sugar Plum Fairy in the annual production "The City Nutcracker" as well as traveled and performed on stages across Canada and the United States including New York, Washington D.C., Texas,and Philadelphia. On a more local level Christina has ministered in numerous churches throughout Baltimore City. Passionate about sharing her love of dance and wellness with others Christina has been a dance educator for going on a decade , teaching children and adults across the city various styles of movement and exercise.