YES! You Can Finally Learn How To Tap Dance in Toronto. The Best Place To Learn Step By Step Is At Byfield Dance Experience, Toronto’s Favourite Beginner Tap Dance Classes.
Toronto Celebrates NATIONAL TAP DANCE DAY 2013 …And Why This Award-Winning Choreographer Gives FREE Tap Dance Classes To The Public Toronto, ON: Time to grab your tap shoes. Because on Saturday May 25th, dancers across the city will eagerly celebrate National Tap Dance Day. The date honours the birthday of famous tap dancer and filmContinue reading “Celebrate National Tap Dance Day in Toronto With Free Tap Classes”
SNEAK PEEK PART 3: The Shoes Of I Think I Can Shoes. OMG, SHOES. So as you’ve learned, it’s a tap dance show. And we have a LOT of shoes! Each character has a signature step when entering to the stage, and their shoes are no different. Here’s what the cast of I Think IContinue reading “SNEAK PEEK PART 3: The Shoes Of I Think I Can”
Love jazz music? Thelonious Monk was a highly influential post-bebop jazz pianist. He played with more space, and used dissonance in his chords (notes that normally wouldn’t sound good together, or clash). He was cool. His quartet joined us for a recent tap dance class at Byfield Dance Experience in Toronto. Well… maybe not inContinue reading “Experience Jazz. Thelonious Monk at BDX”
BDX Toronto Tap Dance Warmup I call this tap dance exercise “Can You Dig It!” It focuses on dig heels, weight transfer, pattern recognition, syncopation, and variations in the pattern when switching to other sides. Slow the tap exercise down if you’re a beginner tap dancer or speed up the exercise to challenge your advancedContinue reading “BDX Tap Dance Warmup”