There’s something super-duper awesome coming to Australia, organised by some of our mates in Melbourne. It’s called ‘Sea of Rhythm’ and it’s a cheeky combination of tap dance, swing dance, jazz music, break dance, and is possibly one of the coolest looking things we’ve seen. If that weren’t enough, Jason Samuels Smith, the American tap dancer that is, in Bill’s humble opinion, not only the best in the world, but the best the world has ever seen (whoa man…), is teaching a variety of classes. Seriously, the guy is a genius, and if you can get to Melbourne and take a class with him (and the swag of other great guests who are teaching), it’ll be a worthwhile investment.
Check out all the information and see the write up below:
“Tap dancers! Some of the world’s biggest names in Tap Dance, Swing and
African dance will be converging in Melbourne this November, for the
inaugural SEA OF RHYTHM 2014, music and dance festival. On board the
dance crew are the incredible Jason Samuels Smith (USA), Joseph Wiggan
(USA) Josette Wiggan (USA) Thomas Wadelton (AU), Remy Kouakou Kouame
(FRANCE) Ramona Staffeld (AU/USA), Pape Moussa Sonko (SENEGAL) and heaps
more! 14 teachers, multiple dance styles, workshops, jam night, live
music – and the history making Sea Of Rhythm Riot on Saturday Night.
This is an event like never seen in Melbourne and registrations have now
opened! Dancers are travelling from across the country to attend…so
get on board, and do not miss the Sea Of Rhythm maiden voyage.
November 21 -23, register at www.seaofrhythm.com”