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Tap (Ages 8-18)

Tap focuses on rhythms and intricate footwork, creating a percussion instrument out of the dancer’s feet. Just like jazz vocalists who add rhythms to music by scatting, tappers add their voice by “scatting” with their feet. Tap is a broad category that encompasses the hoofing styles of current stars such as Savion Glover and the late Gregory Hines and past masters such as Bill “Bojangles” Robinson and Jimmy Slyde. For dances younger than 8 please visit our Combo Class page.

Class Attire

  • Solid Color Leotard & Tights
  • Black tap shoes
  • Absolutely no street clothes or long pants that cover the dancers feet
  • Hair in a bun or ponytail completely pulled off the face