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JOIN US ONLINE JUNE 10th - 14th
36 Online Classes
7 3-Day Courses
Tapestry & Alumni Q&A
Interactive Zoom Lobby
Plus 14 day extended viewing period for ALL classes and events (Zoom & Pre-recorded)
Each June Tapestry Dance Company, Worlds’s only full-time professional repertory tap dance company, presents its annual festival of rhythm known as the Soul to Sole Festival. Established in 1993, the festival is one of the oldest and most esteemed tap festivals in the world and attracts dancers and teachers from around the globe to celebrate this truly indigenous American art form.
The 5 day Festival offers 35+ master classes taught by critically acclaimed and world-renowned artists and faculty; six choreography and technique courses, tap jam, films and panel discussions taking the student from traditional to contemporary techniques. This years festival will also include an online showcase as well as the ever popular Friends In Time faculty showcase and Rhythm Showcase.
This 2.5 festival will run the same schedule as our planned live festival. Our creative team is working hard to set the platform for a special experience "here' in Austin. Take the classes and courses at the scheduled time, go into the Zoom Lobby and visit with your fellow students and S2S faculty, take a tour of Austin sites and sounds and more!
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Past Soul to Sole festivals have hosted numerous legendary tap dance artists including; Fayard Nicholas of the Nicholas Brothers, Arthur Duncan (The Lawrence Welk Show), Jeni LeGon the original “Minnie the Moocher;” pioneers such as Brenda Bufalino, Sarah Petronio, Dianne Walker, Jane Goldberg, Heather Cornell and more along with dozens of contemporary leaders in the field including Michelle Dorrance, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards and Tapestry's own Nicholas Van Young.
This unique and amazing festival brings the passion of dance to the your living room with hundreds of feet keeping time in a true celebration of rhythm. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department