Tiffany Henderson, born in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1973, has had a rich and exciting career as a professional Jazz Dancer. In 1992 she was awarded a one-year scholarship to the renowned Tremaine Dance Center in Hollywood. At the completion of her scholarship she performed as the Tremaine Scholarship Show Featured Dancer. She continued her professional studies at the prestigious School of Dance at the University of Arizona, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.F.A. in Dance in 1997. Tiffany’s career highlights include: performances with Quinn/Williams Jazz at the 1995 Jazz Dance World Congress in Nagoya, Japan; the 1996 Jazz World Congress at Washington’s Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; the opening of the International Theatre School in Amsterdam, Holland in 1997 and at Symphony Hall in Phoenix, Arizona. She was also a member of Zohar Dance Company, has performed in many industrial shows, including the Microsoft Global Summit and American Greeting Cards, and was a soloist with La JAZDANZ of Louisiana, a company she was instrumental in bringing to the Amador Theatre in Pleasanton for a concert in 2002.
Tiffany Henderson, Owner/Director has loved dance since she was eight years old. Her first exposure to dance was at Carol Dunn’s Dance Studio. Miss Dunn’s studio began as a converted room in her house that happened to be right next door to Tiffany’s house. As a young girl, Tiffany would climb up on an old wooden picnic table in her backyard and peek over the fence at Miss Dunn’s classes. Eventually, her father bought her a pair of tap shoes so she could tap dance along with the class on the table.
Finally, her folks let her join the class, and the rest is history…
She has performed professionally with the Arizona Dance Ensemble at the Kennedy Center, in Washington D.C. She has also performed as far away as Amsterdam, and Japan.
Tiffany’s goal is to provide professional, fun training in all the disciplines of dance.