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Sam Weber

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san francisco

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Sam Weber has gained an international reputation as a tap dance artist and is in demand throughout the world as a performer, master teacher and choreographer. He holds an honored place in the pantheon of tap dance stars featured as teachers and performers at international tap festivals. Sam has been a principal dancer and choreographer with the Jazz Tap Ensemble since 1986 and has received acclaim in the U.S. and abroad for his work with the company. Mr. Weber is one of the few tap dancers in the world currently performing Morton Gould’s “Tap Dance Concerto.” He has been featured in “Juba! Masters of Percussive Dance” on PBS and has starred in the award winning German short film “Zwei Im Frack,” which is still shown often throughout Germany. Sam was the first tap dancer to receive New York’s “Bessie” award, presented in recognition of outstanding creative achievement. Sam is the recipient of the Legacy Award from the Third Coast Rhythm Project, the Giant Steps Award from the San Francisco Tap Festival and, most recently, the Juba Award from the Chicago Human Rhythm Project.

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Tap - Online

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Register at odc.dance. To Live Stream: 1) Download Zoom.Us app on your desktop/laptop or mobile device, create an account and and use your name that matches MindBody when logging in. 2) 15 minutes before class starts you will receive an email for a link to our ZOOM conference call from one of our Front Desk staff. If you are an experienced dancer with a comprehensive vocabulary, this advanced class with Sam Weber will offer you the chance to refine your technique and musicality and to combine them in new and surprising ways. Have fun being challenged! Students should wear tap shoes or leather-soled shoes (no rubber soles, please).

monday

5:00p - 6:00p

Advanced

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monday

5:00p - 6:00p

Advanced

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*Please confirm schedules with studio

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Sam Weber has gained an international reputation as a tap dance artist and is in demand throughout the world as a performer, master teacher and choreographer. He holds an honored place in the pantheon of tap dance stars featured as teachers and performers at international tap festivals. Sam has been a principal dancer and choreographer with the Jazz Tap Ensemble since 1986 and has received acclaim in the U.S. and abroad for his work with the company. Mr. Weber is one of the few tap dancers in the world currently performing Morton Gould’s “Tap Dance Concerto.” He has been featured in “Juba! Masters of Percussive Dance” on PBS and has starred in the award winning German short film “Zwei Im Frack,” which is still shown often throughout Germany. Sam was the first tap dancer to receive New York’s “Bessie” award, presented in recognition of outstanding creative achievement. Sam is the recipient of the Legacy Award from the Third Coast Rhythm Project, the Giant Steps Award from the San Francisco Tap Festival and, most recently, the Juba Award from the Chicago Human Rhythm Project.

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