Rhythm Tap Workshop (15-17 yrs)

Registration Closed
Day of the week: Daily
Duration: Nov 17th, 2019 until Nov 17th, 2019
Time: 5:00 PM until 6:00 PM
Age: 15 years to 17 years
Spots Remaining: 14
Price: $20.00

We welcome Katherine back for a visit from Toronto! Join her for an incredible hour of Advanced Rhythm Tap. You are guaranteed to be inspired by her deep passion for the style and history. Rhythm Tap is a tap dance style created by dancers who produce intricate, rhythmic patterns and phrasing with their feet. In this workshop, you will learn a variety of warmups and combos within a supportive learning environment. 

Attire: Tap Shoes and Comfortable Clothing

Registrations can be completed online or in person at the studio or over the phone (provided you already have an account with J'Adore Dance). Payment must be received at the time of registration. 

Workshops at J'Adore Dance are in high demand, and sell out with long wait lists. As such, no refunds for workshops will be issued. Cancellations received more than 48 hours prior to the workshop start date will receive a studio credit for the cost of the workshop. Credits are valid for 12 months from the original workshop start date. Cancellations received within 48 hours of the workshop start date will be ineligible for class credit. Cancellation requests must be received in writing (info@jadoredance.com) and can only be processed by management. 



Katherine Semchuk is a dancer, choreographer and instructor currently based between Toronto and Edmonton. In 2013, Semchuk moved to Toronto to attend The School of Toronto Dance Theatre where she was the recipient of the Kathryn Ash Leadership award. She had the privilege of working with many artists including Kate Alton, Peggy Baker, Robert Desrosiers and James Kudelka. In addition to the School, she performed with Nostos Dance Collectives, Echo Dance Company and The Chimera Project’s Company B in Toronto. Since returning to Alberta, Katherine has worked with Good Women Dance Collective, Mile Zero Dance, Toy Guns Theatre and has performed works by Shay Kuebler, Jake W. Hastey and Kate Stashko in Edmonton and Calgary. With a growing interest in choreography, Semchuk has been working to develop her own artistic practice. Her work has been presented in both Edmonton and Toronto at festivals such as Feats Festival of Dance, Nextfest’s Dancefest, SkirtsAfire and through Nostos Collectives. Most recently, she was granted the Good Women Dance Collective’s 2017 New Work Award and a grant from the AFA to develop her first half-length piece. “I can’t sit still” was presented February 2018 at Expanse Festival.