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May 6, 2011

Divine Rhythm Productions Internship Positions NOW Available:
Send inquires to divinerhythmnyc@gmail.com

DORMESHIA SUMBRY EDWARDS is the COVER STORY for DANCE MAGAZINE MAY 2011 - pick up your copy today and see behind the scenes footage of her shoot on Dance Media: http://www.dancemedia.com/v/5085

Dance Under the Influence brings together an extraordinary group of dancers and choreographers with the visual arts on their minds. In their performances of tap, ballet, flamenco, club, contemporary dance and other thrilling styles, they reveal their inspirations, intensifying the experience of dance while at the same time offering everyone a fantastically entertaining time.
Valerie Gladstone is artistic director of Dance Under the Influence


Jason Samuels Smith, Andrea Miller/Gallim Dance, and David Parker/The Bang Group

Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Jason Samuels Smith, Andrea Miller/Gallim Dance, David Parker/The Bang Group
Museum of Arts + Design
New York, NY

Andrea Miller/Gallim Dance Company:
Miller founded Gallim Dance Company in 2006, quickly winning attention at prestigious festivals, such as Fall for Dance at the City Center, and performances at The Joyce Theater and the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival. How did such a young choreographer, so new on the scene, discover such a strongly individual voice and ability to captivate and surprise with such sophisticated, persuasive power?
Susan Reiter, New York Press

David Parker:
David Parker founded The Bang Group in 1995 as a laboratory in rhythm, rigor and humor. Pressing through boundaries between high and low art, comedy and tragedy, vaudeville and concert dance, it performs regularly in New York and Europe. Parker and colleagues dazzle with their utter concentration and confidence. They leave us in stitches with concise, impeccably structured choreography, dances built painstakingly out of rhythm and line. Elizabeth Zimmer, The Village Voice

Jason Samuels Smith:
In less than a decade, Smith - performer, choreographer, director - has emerged as a leader in the art form of tap, winning the 2009 Dance Magazine Award and an Emmy and American Choreography Award. Heralded by Gregory Hines as possibly the next greatest tap dancer, Jason performed tributes to former greats and to his mentor, bringing the house to its feet in a solid round of applause. Steven Weisz for The Dance Journal

TO PURCHASE TICKETS: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/139368

NEW Footage online: TAP HEAT - the Award Winning Film:
Tap Heat is an14 min award winning short film starring Arthur Duncan and Jason Samuels Smith that uses dance as dialogue. Different styles of tap, Urban Funk and Traditional Tap, are in conflict where society has decided to accept one style over another. The characters and their styles ultimately find common ground, when the entire cast joins in on stage in a tap dance number reminiscent of the 30's and 40's Broadway musicals, with a contemporary edge that reflects current trends in tap styles today.

Dancers include Jason Samuels Smith, Arthur Duncan, Danny Daniels, Chloe Arnold, Melinda Sullivan, Joseph Wiggan and many more, directed by Dean Hargrove, production by Reuben Cannon, Jeff Peters, Steven Poster ASC, and Tony award winning choreographer Danny Daniels and Emmy award winning choreographer Jason Samuels Smith.

***LIMITED Copies of TAP HEAT: THE COMPLETE DVD featuring a 50-minute workout with Jason Samuels Smith and behind-the-scenes extras are ON SALE NOW on www.divinerhythmproductions.com.

Jazz Roots Dance is having a wonderful Spring performance season.

***This Saturday,May 7th they will dance "Let's Go Dance", an original music and dance with a Rag Time swagger... up beat and FUN! Created for The Band of Gypsies 2 - ENCORE Performance at the Jeoffrey Ballet School, 434 Ave. of the Americas at 10th St. www.bandofgypsies.net

*** This Wednesday, May 11th, Jazz Roots Dance will perform "Shaft", this is a classic style jazz piece with an upbeat feeling, at
The Choreographer's Canvas, Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, 248 W. 60th St. between Amsterdam and West End (near West End) 8pm www.grouptheatretoo.org

*** Saturday, May 21st at 8pm and Sunday, May 22nd,at 2pm, Jazz Roots Dance will perform "Ellie's Love Theme" and "Shaft"! Both pieces originally choreographed by Jo Jo Smith, re-created by Sue Samuels for Jazz Roots Dance!!! Music by Isaac Hayes.
Information below:
The New York Jazz Choreography Project, Jazz Choreography Enterprises, Inc., will present its semiannual dance concert featuring original works by emerging and established choreographers!

Works by:
Bob Boross, Kayleigh Doremus, Marian Hyun, Joyce King, Katrina Phillip, Liz Piccoli, FRANCIS J. ROACH, Sue Samuels, Amy Baker Schwiethale, Shauna Sorensen and Lori Spada.

The showings will be at:
The Ailey Studios - The Joan Weill Center for Dance -
405 West 55th Street at Ninth Avenue, 5th floor,
New York, New York 10019,
on Saturday, May 21st @ 8 p.m. and Sunday, May 22nd @ 2 p.m.

Tkts are $20 ($15 children/students) in advance and $25 ($20 students) cash at the door.
Students must show valid high school, college, or The Ailey School ID at the door when purchasing or picking up tickets. If buying tickets online, please print out your Smart Tix receipt and present it at the box office. Please note:
Smart Tix sales will shut down four (4) hours before each performance. After shut down, tickets will be available only at the door ($25/cash only).

Buy tickets online or call 212-868-4444.

COME support this Jazz Dance Event in NYC
I hope you can come and see what we are doing for the Spring season with Jazz Roots Dance Company!!
Sue Samuels

-HARLEM TAP Dance and Rehearsal Studio
401 w. 149th Street (B'twn St. Nicholas & Convent Ave.)
For more information: call (212)780-2139, email harlemtap@gmail.com,
or visit Harlem Tap Studio on facebook

Effective Saturday, May 14, 2011

2:30 - 3:30pm - INTERMEDIATE

2:30 - 3:30pm - OPEN LEVEL

1:00 - 2:00pm - BEGINNER
6:45 - 7:45 - BEGINNER
8:00 - 9:15 - INT/ADV

1:00 - 2:00pm - OPEN LEVEL
2:00 - 3:00pm - INTERMEDIATE

1:00 - 2:00pm - BEGINNER
8:00 - 9:15 - ADVANCED

6:00 - 7:00pm - BEGINNER

12:00 - 12:45 - Children Age 4 - 7
1:30 - 2:30 - BEGINNER
2:45 - 3:45 - INTERMEDIATE
**7:30 - 11:00** HARLEM TAP'S WORLD FAMOUS

3rd Annual Tap Extravaganza in Flushing Town Hall

Friday, May 20, 2011, 8:00 PM?$20/$15 Members/$10 Students
Purchase tickets >>: https://www.choicesecure03.net/mainapp/eventschedule.aspx?clientid=flushing&prod=TP1101
Producer: Nobuko Cobi Narita
Co-Producers: Al Heyward & Traci Mann
Music Director: Frank Owens
Dance Captain: Michela Marino Lerman

Awards Presentation:

“BOJANGLES”/FLUSHING TOWN HALL AWARD: Constance Valis Hill, author of Tap Dancing America and of Brotherhood in Rhythm, the book on the Nicholas Brothers
“HONI”/FLUSHING TOWN HALL AWARD: Frank Owens, pianist and music director
The Frank Owens Trio: Frank Owens, piano; Lisle Atkinson, bass; Greg Bufford, drums

Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts is bringing the 3rd Annual Queens Tap Extravaganza once more to the multi-cultural Flushing, Queens, area presenting master tap dancers Jason Samuels Smith, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Omar Edwards and Karen Callaway Williams, who headline a fantastic array of amazing tap dancers.

Kicking off the fun-filled evening will be Dance Captain Michela Marino Lerman, who will bring everyone onto the stage in an elegant Cole’s Stroll. The wonderful Yvette Glover and Mable Lee who are so loved by both the jazz & tap communities, will sing their songs, and in general leave their audience basking in their delightful presence.

It will be an amazing evening, with tap dance masters, special guests, and a host of exciting hoofers and singers, all well known in the tap community, all donating their artistry as part of the gift to FCCA from Cobi Narita of the Jazz Center of New York.

Tap Legacy presents
The 22nd Tap Extravaganza 2011
NYC's Longest Celebration of National Tap Dance Day
Sunday May 29th, 7pm

Johnny Brandon and Charles Goddertz

Rogelio Douglas, Jr.
(Little Mermaid, In The Heights)

Featuring Performances By:
Harold "Stumpy" Cromer
Mabel Lee (Queen of the Soundies)

Special Performances From:
Derick Grant's Imagine Tap
Andrew Nemr's Echoes In Time
Dormeshia Sumbry-EdwardsTribute to Michael Jackson
The winning dance group of the TAKE THE STAGE Competition

Additional Performances by
La Femme (Artistic Director, Germaine Salsberg)
S.L.U.R.P. (Artistic Director, Adam Metzger)

TAKE THE STAGE Competition Winner
Judy Dollenmayer Studio of Dance - Senior Elite Tap Company

Musical Director:
Frank Owens

Directed by:
Andrew J. Nemr

*** Special Tribute to 2006 Flo-Bert Honoree Jerry Ames ***



Metropolitan Youth Tap Ensemble -- MYTE
presents A Tribute to National Tap Dance Day
A Tap Star Showcase
Buy your tickets today at
Quick Links

Special offer for Tap Dance Students!
Bring your tap shoes and $5 for admission to the show.
This show is guaranteed to inspire and encourage your work as a tap student.
Jason Janas will be available to autograph your shoes!
Saturday, May 7, 2011
7:30 PM

Special guest performances by world renowned
Tap Dance Star Jason Janas and
live music by the Adrienne Hindmarsh Trio

A Tap Star Showcase including performances by
MYTE, dynaMYTE, Artistic Rhythms Alliance, Capitol Tap,
Center Stage, Encore Performers, Soles of Steal,
Tappenings, Tappenstance

at the Kauffman Theater
Lee Center, 1108 Jefferson Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
(just inside the beltway at Rt. 1)

Purchase tickets on line at:

Tap Dance Students: $5 with your pair of tap shoes
Students (ages 2-17): $10
Adults: $13 online, $15 at the door

Dear Friend of Tap,

Changing Times Tap invites you to celebrate National Tap Dance Day on May 25. We are honoring this event with a new work in process... Cutting Session: My Friendship with Gregory Hines. This performance will tap into a side of the late Gregory that you may not have had the privilege to experience first hand. Featuring projections of personal email conversations between Gregory and Jane, as well as iconic footage of Gregory dancing, this is a show that will leave you feeling connected to tap.

Jane's shows are best seen in intimate venues like this. Bring your tap shoes for the jam session after each show. This will be a fun way to celebrate National Tap Dance Day, please join us. Cover is only $20. Call 917-597-6137 to reserve your tickets today.

DATE: May 25, 2011
TIME: 8pm & 10pm
VENUE: Producer's Club Royal Theater (2nd Floor)
ADDRESS: 358 West 44th St (bet. 8 & 9 Aves.)

Join Our Mailing List!
Changing Times Tap Dancing Company, Inc.
310 Greenwich St. Apt 13K
New York, New York 10013

Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Join us for the Tap City 2011 kick-off event! You don't even have to be a tap dancer to attend! While you soak in the city's skyline there's something aboard for everyone including live music and entertainment, introductory tap, percussion and movement classes, a floating tap jam and dancing, dancing, dancing!

In the "Copasetic" tradition, come and catch the rhythm of the city and the rhythm of the festival. Bring your own picnic. Cash bar offers drinks and snacks.

7:00pm Boarding
7:30pm Boat Sails
10:30pm Boat docks

Tickets: $35 - To purchase call (646) 230-9564
Or click here to purchase tickets


Dear Friends,

It is my pleasure to invite you to purchase tickets to the Fred and Adele Astaire Awards, the legendary event now celebrating its 29th year of honoring outstanding dance on Broadway and in Film. The Astaire Awards will be held on Sunday, May 15 at NYU's Skirball Center, 566 LaGuardia Place, New York City. Your VIP ticket will admit you to the red carpet and cocktail reception, the star studded performance and gala after-party.

In addition to enjoying a fabulous show you will be supporting dance and movement therapy programs for autistic and disabled children in NYC's District 75 Schools as well as the NYC Dance Alliance scholarship fund, dedicated to empowering the next generation of professional dancers.

Please visit our web site, www.theastaireawards.com to learn more about the Awards, see this year's nominees and order your tickets. As Jacques D'Amboise will receive the Douglas Watt Lifetime Achievement Award and many stars of this exciting Broadway season will be in attendance --- tickets are selling fast.

There is a VIP prime seating discount of 10% off the ticket price for the purchase of 2-9 tickets; for 10 or more tickets, it's 20% off the ticket price. If you have any questions then please email me at raymond.capodanno@gmail.com. I look forward to seeing you at the 2011 Fred and Adele Astaire Awards.

With best wishes,
Raymond Capodanno, Benefit Committee, 646-644-7355 (Mobile)

Silva Technique Dance Workshop & Afro Brazilian Dance Workshop

Leandro Silva (Alegria) - Silva Technique
Monday, May 23rd 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Silva Technique is a fusion of Brazilian Contemporary dances with a strong emphasis on Capoeira movements, and modern dance foundations. It has been revolutionizing dance in the world today and has been made popular by professional companies such as Dance Brasil. Modern dance technique has for many years shown the quality and harmony of dance and the body. Capoeira is a Brazilian martial arts fighting style, but at the same time is a dance incorporating your swing or "ginga" and acrobaticism. Together the mix of Brazilian rhythms and accents with Modern dance technique and Capoeira are forming a new comtemporary movement. Previous dance experience is recommended.

Janete Silve (Aide) - Afro-Brazilian Dance Workshop
Wednesday, May 25th 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Afro-Brazilian dance is full of spontaneous, soulful, exotic, and energetic movement that will energize your body and spirit. The classes present sequences and exercises to prepare the body for uplifting and exciting dances from northern Brazil where African influences are most present. In this class, you will learn to develop rhythm & coordination, stay fit, relieve stress, and of course learn about Brazilian culture.

Styles include: Samba, Samba de Roda, Axé, Afro-Brazilian, Sambareggae, Afoxé and Orixas.

NGOMA: noun East Africa
1. drum: a traditional African drum
2. dance party: a social gathering for dancing

There are some big changes to the NYC intensive this year. The first is that I’ll be holding it at the studio in my home, 17 miles north of NYC – so it is now the NY Intensive! I already have a number of dancers on the waiting list, so if you are considering this, you should wait list yourself soon. Here are some details:

“Removing the Barriers between music and dance – exploring passing on our whole tradition”

Dates: July 14 - 18 and July 21 - 25, 2011.
Where: 253B Maple Road, Valley Cottage, NY
Maximum Registration: 12 students per week
Waiting List: Starts now for students attending one or two weeks
Registration open: January 1, 2011 for students attending both weeks: April 1 for students attending one week only. (If the course is not full by April 1st, I will start accepting students from the waiting list for single weeks)

Fees: Intensive: $475/week, $850/2 weeks
Includes: 35 - 40 hours of classes/activities per week.

Breakdown Week One: 10 hours technique with live music, 3 hours music class with musician, 17 hours experiencing the teaching styles of master tap dancers that I studied with – Cookie Cook, Buster Brown, Steve Condos, Eddie Brown. We will be looking at videos of them teaching and performing, learning some of their rep in the style that they taught it and investigating how they passed on their artform. We will also have jam sessions, video showings and/or discussions each evening.
Breakdown Week Two: 10 hours of Manhattan Tap repertoire, 3 hours music class with musicians, 17 hours of professional workshop with musicians investigating how to teach and learn tap dance as a musical form. We will be referencing the ideas from the first week to look at and experiment with ways to integrate our learning and teaching with a musical approach. Again, jam sessions, videos and discussions in the evening.

Fees: Housing and Food: $75/day
Students will be billeting at homes in area and food will be catered

Contact: via Facebook or email: hcornell@manhattantap.org

I hope to see you all there! Xo Heather

17 Perry Street (around the corner from the Vanguard)
Bop On Pop
Organ Trio featuring:
Jared Gold, organ
Frank Perowsky, tenor sax, clarinet
Ben Perowsky, drums
Tuesday May 17 7:30 PM- 10PM
No cover. Great food and music.nao


Rhythm World Showcases American Tap
and Percussive Dance
July 25-Aug. 7 Festival Eyes Canada for Inaugural Geographic Spotlight

CHICAGO--The Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP) offers its 21st annual Rhythm World, the oldest and most comprehensive festival of American tap and contemporary percussive art in the world, July 25-August 7, 2011 in downtown Chicago. This festival of performance, education and community outreach programs, directed by Founder and Artistic Director Lane Alexander, features an extraordinary master faculty in two weeks of residencies, courses, workshops, master classes and conferences for the field at the Fine Arts Building, as well as faculty concerts, student showcases and lecture demonstrations at the Jazz Showcase, Harold Washington Library's Cindy Pritzker Theater, Millennium Park and MCA Stage in the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

For the next five years, Rhythm World will spotlight a city, nation or region, beginning this year with Canada and instructors/performers Kim Chalovich, Heather Cornell, Travis Knights, Tasha Lawson, Lisa La Touche, Danny Nielson, Matt Shields and Everett Smith. Upcoming festivals will focus on Brazil (2012), the Pacific (2013), Spain and other European countries (2014) and the U.S. (2015).

2011 JUBA! Award winners
CHRP annually honors esteemed members and supporters of the tap community with its JUBA! Awards. CHRP will honor these JUBA! Award winners during Rhythm World's culminating performance series "JUBA! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance" August 3, 4 and 6 at MCA Stage. This year's honorees, both for Lifetime Contribution to the Field, are Heather Cornell (August 4 performance) and Randy Skinner (August 6).

Scholarship program
Each year, CHRP awards thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving, talented teens so that they may participate in Rhythm World. This year 21 deserving students earned a total of $15,000 in scholarships in the Leo Harris Tap Scholarship auditions during the February 2011 Winter Tap JAMboree. "These scholarships support CHRP's mission of building community by bringing students from Chicago to meet their peers from around the world and study with the masters," said Alexander.

Education programs--Fine Arts Building, 410 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago
Rhythm World begins July 25-29 with intensive residencies led by Bril Barrett of MADD Rhythms; Derick K. Grant of Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk and Imagine Tap; Step Afrika! Artistic Director Jakari Sherman; and Bessie Award winner Sam Weber.
Courses, workshops and master classes take place August 1-7. The highly respected faculty of master teachers, many of whom have taught at the festival throughout its 21-year history, includes Lane Alexander, Bril Barrett, Martin Bronson, Kristi Burris, Kim Chalovich, Jessica Chapuis, Zada Cheeks, Heather Cornell, Victor Cuno, Idella Reed Davis, Michelle Dorrance, Tre Dumas, Jay Fagan, Derick Grant, Jason Janas, Travis Knights, Lisa La Touche, Tasha Lawson, Danny Nielson, Jimmy Payne, Jr., Jakari Sherman, Matt Shields, Randy Skinner, Everett Smith, Jason Samuels Smith, Aaron Tolson, Dianne Walker, Sam Weber and Mark Yonally.
The KIDS Program August 2-4 offers intermediate tappers ages nine through 12 a curriculum including oral and video histories, tap technique classes, improvisation instruction and individual development of style and expression. After Work Adult Courses also take place August 2-4, and Audition Workshops August 5.

Conferences for the field
Now in its 10th year, CHRP's annual Youth Tap Ensemble Conference (YTEC) takes place August 1-5. PrepTEC, now in its third year, offers younger members of the pre-professional repertory companies an opportunity to benefit from the expertise available during Rhythm World. More than 90 dancers between the ages of 12 and 19, representing 10 youth tap ensembles from the U.S., China, Brazil, Canada and Mexico, gather to study new choreography, technique, improvisation and theatre-related topics. For the first time in its 10-year history, YTEC includes work with two choreographers on a multi-year choreography project. Michelle Dorrance and Derick Grant return to set the second in a trio of dances that will be completed in 2012, while the PrepTEC students learn a new work by Lisa La Touche.

Newer conferences returning this year:
· ProTEC, for young adult professional tappers who want to work with their peers from around the world, takes place August 4-7.
· UTEC, for college and university students/faculty who want to study with their peers and develop a global college network devoted to gaining recognition for American tap in undergraduate dance/music departments, takes place August 5-7.
Together, these conferences serve the evolving needs of the tap art community and continue to build a global network of tap practitioners of all ages and aspirations.

To register for education programs, visit chicagotap.org or call 773-281-1825.

Performances by Rhythm World faculty, students and Virtual Rhythms winners Rhythm World features a performance component during its second week. After last season's successful debut, the opening night August 1 performance at 8 p.m. features Rhythm World faculty and students performing with jazz musicians at the Jazz Showcase, 806 S. Plymouth Court. Admission is $10 at the door ($5 Rhythm World participants).
On August 2, Rhythm World students and faculty perform an informal showcase at 7 p.m. at the Harold Washington Library's Cindy Pritzker Theater, 400 S. State Street. There is a $5 suggested donation at the door.
Rhythm World culminates with CHRP's annual faculty concerts, "JUBA! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance," featuring a host of extraordinary foot drummers and percussive arts masters August 3, 4 and 6 at 7:30 p.m. at MCA Stage, 220 E. Chicago Avenue.
The August 3 performance celebrates Rhythm World's 21st birthday by presenting the emerging "beat-niks" of the tap scene--tap artists in their 20s, including Nico Rubio, Jason, Janas, Zada Cheeks, Jessica Chapuis and many others who combine a deep knowledge of the art form's roots with blistering technical virtuosity and rhythmically poetic content.
The August 4 performance highlights this year's geographic focus in "Canada on Tap" with performances by Canadians Kim Chalovich, Heather Cornell, Travis Knights, Lisa La Touche, Tasha Lawson, Danny Nielson, Matt Shields, Everett Smith and more. Heather Cornell receives the JUBA! Award for Lifetime Contribution to the Field.
The August 6 performance features Chicago's finest tap repertory ensembles, including Chicago Human Rhythms Project's resident ensemble BAM!, Cartier Collective, Jus' Listen, MADD Rhythms and special guests. Randy Skinner receives the JUBA! Award for Lifetime Contribution to the Field.

Also part of the JUBA! performances, after last season's debut, are the winners of Virtual Rhythms, CHRP's "tapography" competition offering exposure for emerging tap choreographers and videographers. One JUBA! performance will include the winning choreographer, and one will include a screening of the winning videographer's work.

Tickets to "JUBA!" performances--$30, $25 for Rhythm World participants and MCA members--go on sale May 25, National Tap Dance Day. Call 312-397-4010 or visit mcachicago.org. All programming is subject to change.

For complete Rhythm World information, visit chicagotap.org or call 773-281-1825.


Founder - Debbie Allen; Director - Jason Samuels Smith; Co-Director - Chloe Arnold


AUGUST 8 -13, 2011



Purchase your pre-sale tickets to see
Devin the Dude with Lee How Fasho LIVE at the Roxy Theatre in LA on 5/22 - 8pm. Tickets only $20!
Please e-mail sillar.mgmt@gmail.com now!



event type:

+356 2559 5750 / 2546 6752

Just when you thought that a dance show does not get better than Pascal's previous world wide success 'Tap Reloaded', Pascal has managed to come up with something even bigger and better, Tap Reloaded 2, with even more incredible acts from around the world as well as a Live Band from the USA who's musicians tap while they play!!!

Following the huge success of Tap Reloaded last year selling over 300,000 tickets in theatres all over Europe, Asia and The USA, Pascal Hulin has managed to come up with a yet another block buster dance show which is currently touring all over Europe this spring.

With world famous soloists like Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Freddy Corado and the 2010 World Champion Tap Dance Company 'The Nancy Chippendales' fom The USA as well as a live band, Pascal has managed to make his best dance show ever, even better!!

A must for anybody who has a passion for music, dance or just quality entertainment and a show which caters for all the family!

TAP RELOADED 2 – Performed by The World's Best Tap Dancers, Featuring 2010 World Champions The Nancy Chippendales (USA), Produced by Pascal Hulin and Presented by Pascal Hulin Productions


Pascal Hulin Productions presents Live at the MCC Valletta Malta on the 3rd, 4th & 5th June 2011 a new tap dance sensation that has been described by critiques world wide as being the best thing that has ever happened to the world of Tap Dance.

Tap Reloaded 2, together with its cast of internationally acclaimed tap dancers, are taking the world of dance entertainment by storm filling up some of the largest of theatres and arenas world wide and attracting hundrands of thousands from all corners of the globe!

Tap Reloaded 2 is an explosive, humorous family variety show which combines international world class tap dance acts, acrobatics, comedy and entertainment as well as live music at the highest level. A show for all the family!

There is no comparable show to date!

Details and further information about the show itself and the performing artists can be found below.

Tickets can be purchased from The Mediterranean Conference Centre (MCC), Valletta and the Manoel Theatre Valletta. Box office opening hours for both the MCC and the Manoel Theatre are from 10:00 to 13:00 and 17:00 to 19:00 Monday to Fridays, and from 10:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays. Reservations can also be made on the phone by calling MCC on +356 2559 5750 or the Manoel Theatre on +356 2124 6389 during box office hours.

Online bookings from: http://booking.mcc.com.mt/Event/1086/

For further updates regarding this event, kindly register below or send a mail to info@tapreloadedmalta.com or call +356 2546 6752

Subscribers to www.tapreloademalta.com shall automatically receive updates regarding this event.

Read more: Tap Reloaded - World Tour 2011 - event in Malta - MyMaltaInfo.com http://www.mydestination.com/malta/events/73932/tap-reloaded---world-tour-2011-3-june-2011#ixzz1LuCeGsxj

Dear students, friends and colleagues,

The next TapBeat Workshop will take place in June 17-19, 2011 with Guillem Alonso (Barcelona)!

Intermediate level with Guillem Alonso: 3 days
Advanced level with Guillem Alonso: 3 days
Improvisation “crash course” with Cristina Delius: 1 day (with live music)

Jam Session with special guest Guillem Alonso, Cristina Delius and others.
Saturday, June 18th at 9 p.m.
Tickets: 5,- EUR
Free entrance for those who will jam with us and for participants of the improvisation course.
Tickets reservation: +49-30-886 24 158

For more information, registration form and prices please go to our website: http://tapbeat.de/en/workshops-events/

Greetings from Berlin,
Cristina (Delius)
International Tap Center
Director: Cristina Delius
Dieffenbachstr. 33,
D-10967 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Phone: +49-30-886 24 158
Email: info@tapbeat.de