Tap Classes For Adults
Seattle & Shoreline
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Adult Tap classes from American Dance Institute performing at a Greenwood, Phinney Ridge Art Walk performance.
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Tap Dance Class Schedules
Adult Tap Class Schedule
Adult Tap Dance Lessons in Seattle's Greenwood Neighborhood
Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45 PM with tap instructor, Alyssa Brillinger, in Studio #2
Fridays, 5:30-6:30 PM with tap instructor, Alyssa Brillinger, in Studio #1
Fridays, 6:30-7:30 PM with tap instructor, Alyssa Brillinger in Studio #1
Adult Tap Dance Lessons in Seattle's Magnolia Neighborhood
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 PM with tap instructor, Alyssa Brillinger
Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 PM with tap instructor, Alyssa Brillinger
Adult Tap Dance Lessons in Shoreline, WA
We are not currently offering any Adult Tap classes at our Shoreline dance studio location. Please see our Greenwood and Magnolia schedule.
1240 NE 175th St. Shoreline, Washington, 98155
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Adult Tap Classes
Poetry in motion: Think Gregory Hines, Gene Kelly, Fred and Ginger.
Adult Tap Classes: We can get those two left feet moving like they were a right and a left. Your tap class develops the elements of a tap dance vocabulary, musicality (rhythm, timing and phrasing) and individual style while encouraging tap dance as a contemporary dance form. As soon as the tap shoes go on, you'll begin exploring the sounds and rhythms made possible through this original American dance style.
We have excellent tap dance classes for beginners. We also have fun high energy tap classes for intermediate level tappers. Watch their faces - they are having fun. The video on the left is an intermediate level tap class taught by Alyssa Brillinger. This routine was taught by instructor Julia Hart. The video on the right was a performance during the May 2018 Greenwood-Phinney ArtWalk event and choreographed by Alyssa Brillinger. That performance featured adults, teens and juniors all on stage together and the results are electrifying.
These tap dancers are level II, performing in the May 2018 Greenwood-Phinney Artwalk event.
Tap Class: All About Ours
You're looking for a great tap dance classes, but how do you find a great one? What questions do you ask? How do you choose one? Here are some tips:
- Look for a non-competitive tap dance lessons where everyone teachers, students and staff is friendly and you will always feel welcome.
- Find adult tap classes where the teacher understands that the pace of the class has to be good for you.
- Don't settle for adult tap classes on hard floors. Insist on 'sprung' wood floors that 'give' to protect your feet and ankles. This includes studios with regular wood floors and heaven forbid, run, run, run away from dance studios with concrete floors.
- Most importantly look for tap dancing classes that have expert dance teachers who know how to give you personalized tap dancing lessons instruction so you'll progress faster.
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Meet Your Adult Tap Dance Class Teachers
"As with all great tap dance lessons for adults, the quality of the dance teacher makes all the difference." Elizabeth Chayer
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