The place to Tap Jam #9 with heather Cornell
Because it was a good fun, Let´s do it again !
Tap Dancers, Musicians, Beat boxer and Singers please be more then a welcom for the Tap Jam session in Berlin !
Be ready to improvise for the sound of Jazz music.
Friends and audiens be ready to applause and have a crazy evening !!!!
Guest Tap Dancer : Heather Cornell
Heather Cornell choreographed the Tony-nominated Broadway comedy
The Play What I Wrote, which ran at the Lyceum Theatre in NYC. She was tap coach and choreographic consultant for a new production of Kurt Weill's
The Three Penny Opera. The show, created by Atalaya Theater Company in Seville, Spain, premiered July 2006 in the Canary Islands and toured internationally for 2 years.
She is the artistic director and principal choreographer for Manhattan Tap, a company she co-founded in 1986 as a New York-based ensemble of tap dancers and live musicians. She is known worldwide for her collaborations on original music for tap. In October 2000 she debuted her show Notes to Soné with composer Bob Telson (Gospel at Colonnus) and Argentinian accordionist Chango Spasiuk. In June of 1998 she premiered her full-length work Excursion Fare at New York's Joyce Theatre, with a world music blend by Keith Terry and Crosspulse. She collaborated twice with the late jazz icon Ray Brown, and in 1997 performed in concert with his trio at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall. She has collaborated with Manhattan Tap's musical director, composer/pianist Keith Saunders since 1989. She has performed worldwide with her company at venues such as Riverside Theatre in London, England, The Apollo Theater in New York, and The Aspen Dance Festival in Aspen, Colorado, as well as on tours of North and South America, across Europe and in China.