Originally from New York where he trained notably with the Alvin Ailey American Center, the Martha Graham School, and the Dance Theater of Harlem, Bruce Taylor also took classes with Pauline Köner, Bella Lewitzky, Walter Nicks, and Jocelyn Lorenz. He danced with a number of companies prior to launching into choreography. In the United States, he performed for Agnès DeMille, Bella Lewiyzky, Walter Nicks, Elisa Monte, and George Faison. In France, he danced with the companies of Peter Goss, Redah and the Ballets Jazz Rick Odums.
He has also performed in various television programs and Broadway musicals (The Wiz, Evita, A Long Way to Boston, Reggae);
International teacher, Bruce Taylor is currently a teacher at the National School of the Paris Opera.
He also directs his own company, ChoréoOnyx for which his choreography mixes modern-jazz and contemporary dance. He has choreographed more than thirty pieces for other companies, notably in France for Bruce Agati, Rick Odums, and Anne-Marie Porras and internationally for Free Art Dance of Belgium, Djazzex in Holland, Bralen Dance Theater of Bratislava, etc.