Quinton Peron’s dance journey is a testament to his dedication and accomplishments in the world of dance. He began his training and artistic development at Adage Dance Center, where he not only refined his skills but also became a valued member of their competitive company. After completing his education at Adage, Quinton continued to elevate his dance expertise by joining the two-time National Champion Dance Team at Mount San Antonio College.

Quinton’s passion for dance has taken him across the country, serving as an assistant with NRG Dance Project and lending his choreographic talents to numerous dance studios, both locally and nationally. His choreographic footprint extends to prestigious institutions such as Cal Poly Pomona, Bishop Amat High School, Los Osos High School, Brea Olinda High School, Claremont High School, and Bonita High School.

As an accomplished competition choreographer and a former competitive dancer himself, Quinton has garnered a plethora of top awards and recognition in the dance world. His artistic contributions extend to commercial and stage performances, including notable appearances in “Fresh and Easy,” participation in the Elev8 Hip Hop crew, and featured showcases at renowned dance events like World of Dance in San Diego and Las Vegas. Quinton has also collaborated with esteemed dance companies such as Three23 Dance Company under the direction of Terry Schulke and Vibe.

His talent and dedication have earned him a spot on Season 11 of “So You Think You Can Dance,” where he showcased his dance prowess on a national platform. Currently represented by The Movement Talent Agency (MTA), Quinton enthusiastically imparts his boundless energy and creativity to his students at Adage Dance Center.

Beyond his dance career, Quinton’s diverse accomplishments include his participation as a contestant on Season 34 of “The Amazing Race.” Additionally, he made history in 2019 by becoming one of the first male NFL Cheerleaders, a remarkable achievement as a member of the LA Rams Cheerleading squad. The zenith of his dance journey was achieved when he became a part of the LA Rams Cheerleading squad, performing at Super Bowl LVI.