1) Absolute Beginner Tap Basics Workshops
Created especially to give new students a chance to learn the basic steps and vocabulary of tap dance, this class is a great way to learn the FUNdamental skills needed to join our BASIC BEGINNER tap class, or "brush up the basics". Open to ages 13 & up. Open to ages 13 & up! FIRST class is FREE!
Mar 29, April 5, April 19, April 26, May 3, May 10, May 17, May 31
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 646-230-9564
2) Master Tap Intensives
Visit: Master Tap Intensives
3) Advanced Tap Technique for Teens and Adults
Sundays 3:30 – 5:00pm
Taught by a rotating roster of guest master teachers with a focus on technique, rudiments, repertory and honing advanced rhythm tap skills. Master faculty includes: Chloe Arnold, Roxanne Butterfly, Michelle Dorrance, Barbara Duffy, DeWitt Fleming, Jared Grimes, Kendrick Jones, Margaret Morrison, Carson Murphy, Max Pollak, Olivia Rosenkrantz, Lynn Schwab, Melinda Sullivan, Tony Waag and more.
March 1: Heather Cornell
March 8: Jason Samuels Smith
March 15: Chloe Arnold
March 22: Dormeshia Sumbry Edwards
March 29: Dormeshia Sumbry Edwards
April 5: Brenda Bufalino (Focusing on the philosophy, complex phrasing, and technique of Honi Coles explored through his choreography created for “Coles and Bufalino”.)
*No class on April 12th
April 19: Jimmy Tate
April 26: Jimmy Tate
May 3: Barbara Duffy (Improv technique)
May 10: Lynn Schwab
May 17: Nicole Hockenberry
*No class on May 24th
May 31: Heather Cornell
More Faculty Schedule coming soon.
Location: Chelsea Studios, 151 West 26th St, betw 6th & 7th Aves
$600 prepay for the year (34 classes)
$20 per single class. Drop-ins welcome.
4) Creating Tap Dance Composition
One-On-One Mentoring and Consultation
Facilitated by Brenda Bufalino
For more information contact Ms. Bufalino at: email@example.com
Private or semi private mentoring sessions that will focus on: creating structures ultimately leading to complete compositions, discussing methods and ideas for the construction of a multi-dimensional piece, finding the right music for your rhythmical and conceptual visions, making arrangements, creating medleys, working with musicians, creating a cappella compositions, using a cappella sections in a dance, developing a piece using vocals, words, and other art forms, how to include improvisation in compositions, the use of the segue, openings, and closings, developing a piece using vocals, words, and other art forms, dynamic staging, costuming, lighting, sound and other technical requirements for your work.
5) Tap Technique and Repertory
Taught by Brenda Bufalino
Spring Workshops (new dates!)
March 4. March 11, March 18, March 25, April 1, April 8, April 15, & April 22
Wednesdays 12:00 - 2:00 pm
6) Beginning Tap
Adults and Teens 13+
Taught by Susan Hebach
Thursdays 6:15– 7:30 pm