Victoria Pizzo

Contemporary, Contemporary Fusion, Jazz, Jazz Funk, Jazz Fusion, Movie Musical, Movement Composition

Victoria Pizzo was born and raised in New Orleans, LA where she trained, choreographed, and danced competitively until she was 18. She then attended Chapman University where she received a BFA in Dance Performance, as well as Minors in English Literature and Creative Writing. At Chapman she fell deeper in love with choreography and truly began to perfect her craft in that avenue of dance. Following graduation, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her professional dance career.  As a member of the Miss Universe choreography team, headed by Stephani Kammer, she has worked with artists such as Neyo, Fergie, JoJo, Tyga, Rachel Platten, Boyz II Men, Flo Rida, Tank and the Bangas, and Travis Garland. She was also given the opportunity to choreograph the dancers on stage, which was her national television choreographic debut. She was most recently featured as a dancer in Netflix’s Tall Girl 2 and the BETPlus series Sacrifice. Some of Victoria’s Television and Commercial credits include Coca-Cola, Nutralite, World of Dance, Smirnoff, Miss USA, Absolut Vodka, TransAmerica and  Fashion Week to name a few.  You would have also seen her dance in the viral Youtube video “Cry Me A River” choreographed by Andrew Winghart.  Victoria currently judges and teaches for The Movement Dance Competition and Convention and is a dance educator in the New Orleans area.  She is a working dancer and choreographer in the New Orleans and Los Angeles film/tv industries and is represented by Clear Talent Group. Victoria loves working with students and sharing her love and passion for dance and choreography. She hopes to create a safe and inspiring space for all of her students. She is excited to continue sharing her knowledge and experience while also learning from her students and peers.