MASTER CLASS WITH SAM WEBER
When: Tuesday June 25th
Where: Studio 10 Dance
What: Master Class with Tap Dance legend Sam Weber
Sam Weber is an award-winning artist who has gained a global reputation in the world of tap dance and is in demand internationally as a performer, master teacher, and choreographer. A protege of tap master Stan Kahn in San Francisco, he was a principal dancer and choreographer with the Jazz Tap Ensemble from 1986 to 2009 and received acclaim in the U.S. and abroad touring with the company. He was the first tap dancer to receive New York’s “Bessie” award, presented in recognition of outstanding artistic achievement. He has been appearing at international tap festivals since the first Colorado Tap Festival in 1986 and has taught and performed with such legendary tap masters as Charles “Honi” Coles, Jimmy Slyde, Steve Condos, Buster Brown, Gregory Hines, and the Nicholas Brothers. Mr. Weber is one of the few tap dancers in the world who performs Morton Gould’s “Tap Dance Concerto.” Sam is also the recipient of numerous tap dance awards, including the Legacy Award from the Third Coast Rhythm Project, the Giant Steps Award from the San Francisco Tap Festival, and the Juba Award from the Chicago Human Rhythm Project. He has taught at UCLA, Cal State U. Fullerton, Cal State U. L.A., and currently San Francisco State University. He teaches regular classes at ODC School in San Francisco. In June 2014, Sam joined the faculty of the Jacob’s Pillow Summer Tap Intensive in Becket, Massachusetts.
How To Enroll In a Master Class
1) New students must create a family account & add student(s). (Takes approx. 2-3min)
Click “Register“. Follow prompts & accept the online Liability Waiver before class.
2) Once Logged-in, select:
— “Student Name”
— “2018 Master Classes”
— Click on your 1st class choice
— Once on confirmation page, you may add another class for that student, and/or switch to another student to enroll, before finally going to the check-out page
— Be sure to check-out to complete enrollment! Please note: the system will automatically cancel unpaid enrollments after 24 hours.