Brickhouse NYC was created to offer dancers the ultimate training experience. The teachers at Brickhouse NYC have a well rounded understanding of movement and execution. They have been carefully selected because of their cutting edge choreography and their ability to teach.
“God gave me a gift, to hear music and to see movement.”
With a resume that spans 25 years in the world of hip hop, Kelly Peters is known to be THE experienced choreographer, master teacher and NYC based professional. This hip hop icon is choreographic history in the making.
Kelly Peters is the Owner and Creative Director of Brickhouse NYC, New York City’s premier urban dance training studio. He is the Founder and Creative Director of X Factory, the training program that houses his pre-professional and professional performance groups Generation X, GeNex and Generation XS which range in age from 7 – 27. Recent crew performances have appeared on FOX, ESPN, MTV and at Carnival New York City and Los Angeles. Dancers who have trained in X Factory under Kelly’s tutelage have performed with artists such as Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and Madonna.
His versatile and dynamic past credits include launching New England’s first all hip hop dance studio and hosting “In the Scene,” an exclusive online dance interview platform featuring Rhapsody James, Luam, Mr. Wiggles, Crazy Legs and Danielle Polanco to name a few. Choreographic credits include The Fugees, Carly Simon, Cary Nokey, KRS-One, Jim Jones and Salt n Peppa and MTV’s relaunch of TRL.
Kelly’s choreographic and training style are proudly and deeply rooted in the true culture of hip hop. Expect the unexpected with this hip hop veteran.
Creative Director of Brickhouse NYC
My name is Judith McCarty and I've been dancing professionally for 24 years. I've traveled around the globe from South Africa, Nigeria, the UK, France, Germany, and cities all over the United States. I’ve made it my mission to spread the background, knowledge and foundations of African social dances to students of all cultures. I've worked with some of the biggest artists in both the African and American Culture such as Davido, Wizkid, Burna not, Tiwa savage to, Lauren hill, a- boogie and more.
Bo Park is a professional choreographer based in New York City. Her choreography credits include KPOP broadway as an assistant choreographer, Virgin Voyage event choreographer, an off-broadway show “Slumber” that played in Adelaide Fringe Festival, Australia as a co-choreographer, “Dance Central VR” by Harmonix Company, and many more. She also started her own dance company “SHINSA” about 2 years ago, created and directed complete sold out shows in NYC in 2018 and 2019.
Emma Rosa, Cuban New Jersey native, is a professional dancer, choreographer, and teacher in various styles ranging from heels and hip hop to tap. Emma just returned home from pop singer Tayla Parx’s international We Need to Talk Tour under the creative direction of Shirlene Quigley. She has also performed with American music artists including Trey Songz, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Todrick Hall, Emarosa, and VH1 Love & Hip Hop’s Mariah Lynn as well as Latin artists El Alfa, Sech
A New Jersey native, Sam has been dancing since the age of 16. Being very well-versed in foundational styles of hip hop, he offers a refreshing training style to the New York dance community. He has trained in the New Jersey community working with competitive dance teams and a coach and leader. Working with artists such as BTS and traveling internationally to teach has given him a means to share all of his knowledge and experience.
Natasha Ivory is a dancer, choreographer, and instructor with a strong emphasize in the freestyle element of dance. Natasha grew up in Denmark where she began dancing in 2009 learning from some of the pioneers in Hip Hop and House. Natasha has performed and taught throughout South America, Caribbean, Europe and New York, where her presented work is known for its fusion of House, Hip Hop and Afro. Her recent credits include Madonna, Women In The World, Hunters, Jägermeister, Nike, Puma etc.
Hi. My name is Sug [ Sh-uuu-gg ] and let me tell you a bit about myself . I have been dancing Hip-Hop since 2010 and popping since 2011 (those are my main styles, but we all know for to be great in what you doing you have to dance as many styles as you can right? So no surprise if you see me tap dancing in Macy’s ok?) I had a luck and Being Mentored (trained) by Best World Dancers From Europe and USA like: Mr.Wiggles, Salas, Niako, Henry Link, Buddha Stretch, Bruce Ykanji (ohh he is so great
Mini Zhang was born and raised in China, and discovered her love for Hiphop dance when she was 16. After graduating college in the US, she decided to pursue her passion for dance in New York City. She has trained in street styles with many world-renowned teachers in New York particularly in Hiphop and House. She has also studied other street/club styles such as lite feet, locking, popping, waacking and vogueing. Besides, she has trained heavily in commercial dance and have worked with choreograp
Manuela Oliveira a Professional Dancer/Choreographer/Creative Director & Teacher!! Her Credits include 'SAMANTHA JADE' at the Urban Music Awards in Australia, ''RIHANNA' at the MTV VMA's, Touring the USA with Russian Artists 'BERA' and 'GRACE VALERIE', 'JERMAINE PAUL' The Voice Winner. Worked on Music Videos with 'JENNIFER LOPEZ', 'SARA BARREILLES' (Working with Director 'JONAH HILL'), 'TEYANA TAYLOR', 'LUKE JAMES', 'KELLY ROWLAND' and more. She was Creative Director, Choreographer and Guest Ju
Born and raised in Newark, NJ Justin DeSean developed his love for dance at 3 years old in his grandmother’s living room. In New Jersey, Justin was been exposed to many different dance styles such as vogue (ballroom), hip hop street styles, tumbling, step, bachata, salsa, etc.
Luz & Noel Frias
Brian and Scott Nicholson
Kida The Great
Ebone' "Vanityzo" Johnson
Brian Henry ( Hallowdreamz)
James Alonzo White
Lil' Rich Swagg
La Jon Dantzler
Kenneth San Jose
Bam Bam Valentine
Ant & Tal