As performer, choreographer and teacher Verburg has worked for different choreographers, directors and festivals, theatres, dance events, schools and commercial employers. In this way he worked on all levels from low art to high Art in The Netherlands and abroad, amongst others, USA, Europe, South America, Eastern Europe and Australia. Amsterdam is his home base.
In the last couple of years he has met a lot of inspiring persons that have stimulated him to artistically develop further, such as David Zambrano, Katie Duck, Micheal Schumacher, Eddie de Bie, Jocelyn Bergland, Antonio Paiva de Souza, Henk Schut, Germaine Acogny,Helmut Vogt, Les Enfants Terribles, Arjen Bangma, Sylvester Lindemulder, Casper Oorthuys, Lloyd Newson, Angelo D’onorio, Eric Redlinger, Ellen Steward, Nini Poortman, Jos Vijverberg, Koen Augustijnen, Ariel Zachor, Myra Driessen, Dayna Martinez Morales en Urvin Vigelandtszoon.
As a dancer he has been inspired by diverse dance styles. From the beginning as a street dancer, from Hip Hop to Street Jazz, Modern, Butoh, Physical Theatre, Clown, African to Improvisation and multimedia. He aims to connect the different dance styles through improvisation and structure and to use what the performance needs.
Together with a group of performers, called M.A.F. and Movementalis, he has made a couple of performances. The company defines itself as taking risks and to be real. They are willing to communicate and to challenge themselves and their audience. In this way they would like to establish an interaction with the audience.
Verburg’s ambition is to keep working with the boundaries between dance and theatre. He is searching for a good connection between the two. He searches for new locations to show art to a diverse audience, small or big, risk taking and challenging.
In 2010 Vincent made the research project One at Dansmakers.