From Broadway to Street style – each of our teachers offer a variety of styles of Tap. A great dance discipline for fitness and memory.
Explanation of Levels
Introduction to Tap 10 weeks. This course will get you started with the basics for many styles of tap – from its origins on Broadway to Street Tap today.
Tap Level 1 – A follow on from Introduction to Tap, or suitable for those with some tap experience.
Tap Level 2 – An intermediate level tap class.
Gentle Tap – A slower paced class that follows on from our Introduction to Tap 5 week Course. Suitable for Seniors.
What to wear
Dance or gym wear clothing with tap shoes.
Our Tap Teachers
Christine Denny is the creator, CEO and director of TAPATAK OZ – the unique tap dance syllabus and mentorship programme for teachers and students that launched in Australia in 2008.
His career started brilliantly with being accepted into the prestigious Australian Ballet School in Melbourne. Dale has been a leading light in the Australian and international theatre scene spanning over three decades.
Gail’s love of teaching and performance has enabled her to enjoy a variety of opportunities to engage students in Jazz, Tap, Theatrical, Adult Ballet and Children’s Foundation Ballet.
Justine began her dancing education at the age of four at the Carolyn Gilby Dance Centre, where she studied R.A.D.ballet, C.S.T.D. tap, jazz and ballet, and acrobatics.
Lynette has been a teacher of classical ballet and theatrical dance since 1964, during which time she has honed her teaching skills with leading industry professionals both in Australia and overseas.
Marnie has been teaching for 6 years and has her CSTD teachers certificate in both the tap and jazz syllabus. Always continuing to expand her knowledge and skills, she has performed at many corporate gigs and taught a variety of styles and ages around Australia.
Taylor Bubb is a modern choreographer who strives to create with no boundaries. With CSTD diploma qualifications, she extends her expertise to a wide variety of students of all ages and abilities.
After graduating from the Australian Ballet School in 1990, Tracey-Lee joined the Queensland Ballet Company in 1992 dancing many soloist roles including Merthyr, Queen of the Willis, Fanny Ceritto in Pas de Quartre & Big Swans in Swan Lake.