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Suitable for experienced tap-dancers who have established higher level skills in the rhythms and techniques of rhythm tap, via RT3 and in higher level classes elsewhere, and wish to progress further: Rhythm Tap 4, an advanced-level upbeat non-syllabus tap class, led by innovative tap company Sole Rebel, embellishing tap, rhythm, musicality and performance techniques.
A warm-up followed by a number of new tap steps are explored and practised, through dynamic exercises and a vast range of music. There will be opportunity to discover improvisation techniques. At the end of class a short fun routine is developed and rehearsed, built up across the course. You will also receive a weekly 5-minute routine-recap video to aid your practise.
A good level of fitness. Please consult your doctor if you are pregnant, have any serious health concerns or a history of injury, and inform your tutor of any physical activity you have been advised to avoid.
A good level of fitness is required to be able to do the practical work. However adjustments will be made to the movements to meet particular physical or learning needs., , Photography and film recording of class activities may be used in order to aid learning. These images may also be used for publicity or marketing materials produced by Morley College, both online and in print. You will have the opportunity to either confirm or decline consent to being filmed or photographed.
-Tap Shoes -Loose-fitting comfortable clothing for ease of movement - Water
Each course is a term-long (usually 10-12 weeks.) Continue your development by signing up to the next course in Rhythm Tap 4 and enhance your foundations by also attending Rhythm Tap 3. Ask your teacher for other opportunities to learn Rhythm and Musicality at Morley College.