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Victoria Gonsalves



Victoria Bianca Gonsalves was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She started dancing when she was just five years old at a studio where she learned Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Musical Theatre. She competed in multiple competitions and won several awards from national titles to scholarships. She went to Mark Twain for the Gifted and Talented and during this time she was on the United States Dance Team where she was given many opportunities to perform at Madison Square Garden, Disney World, Radio City Music Hall, on Fox 5 News and more. Victoria attended the Professional Performing Arts School high school, where she trained at Alvin Ailey dance theater for four years. When she was at Alvin Ailey, she had the opportunity to study: ballet, Horton, Martha Graham, West African, jazz, and modern styles. Throughout her high school years she had the opportunity to perform at many showcases such as Sybarite, Choreographers Canvas, Alvin Ailey spring dance concert, ASH-Project Choreographers Competition, Carnival, Radix Boston, and Broadway Dance Center Premier Showcase. She continues her training at Broadway Dance Center and Brickhouse NYC. Victoria has had the opportunity to work with Tyce Diorio for the Lucille Lortel Awards along with Kevin and Marcel Wilson for the Grammys Celebration. She also had the opportunity to work with Richard Hinds for the Oath Newfront industrial and dance along side Jamie Foxx.  Victoria is currently a dance instructor who has gained a greater appreciation for the process of becoming a dedicated dancer. She trains kids from all ages and inspires them to achieve their dreams.  She also began to work with Theresa Stone and became a member of the Abstrakt Beings company. Abstrakt Beings has helped train and mold Victoria into the dancer she is today.  Victoria has been surrounded by many talented people who influenced her dance career, but one person that she owes it all to is KC Castellano. KC Castellano mentored Victoria and has given her several opportunities to assist her on film, choreography, and dance jobs.  “Good things come to those who work hard” is a motto that Victoria lives by. This is how she achieved her goal of getting signed with Bloc NYC. She is thrilled to start her new journey with Bloc, and is ready to work even harder.


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