Vikki weinberger

Hip Hop, Turns & Leaps, Tap


Vikki Weinberger has had a lifelong passion for rhythm and dance.  New to San Diego, Vikki hails from Washington DC, where she spent 15 years as an esteemed dance instructor and choreographer. Her work has been presented at The White House, the Kennedy Center, Disney World, the National Cherry Blossom Festival, Nigel Lithgow’s National Dance Day, the DC Tap Festival, & FOX 5.  For over a decade she was Artistic Director of the award winning pre-professional youth tap company Soles of Steel, faculty member at Joy of Motion Dance Center, and conservatory faculty and choreographer at CityDance School & Conservatory. Vikki finds joy inspiring others through dance, and currently teaches Tap, Hip Hop, Jazz, Music Theater, and Ballet to all ages and levels.

Vikki made her Broadway debut at Lincoln Center (NYC) in Broadway's Greatest Showstoppers with Marvin Hamlisch and the NY Philharmonic, danced at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and Strathmore Music Center with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in Pops Goes Vegas, and was a featured dancer and tap soloist at the Horatio Alger Awards hosted by Ed McMahon.  Vikki has performed at The White House, The Kennedy Center, The Verizon Center, The National Mall, the DC Tap Festival, FOX 5, & has made special appearances in multiple corporate events & club venues as both dancer & model.  While studying Music Theater at American University (2000-’04), she choreographed many works, was V.P., and helped to establish the still thriving dance organization AU In Motion. 

Originally from Livingston NJ, Vikki grew up dancing competitively at her local home studio, while training professionally at New Jersey School of Ballet, and also in NYC at Broadway Dance Center and Steps on Broadway.  In 1999, Vikki was awarded a scholarship to Broadway Dance Center, where she trained daily with countless masters in dance. 

Vikki truly believes that you always gotta follow where the beat leads you, and is very excited to share her love for dance at Inspired Movement!