The B.S. Chorus is full of depth. For such a short and often overlooked piece, it can teach a lot about the early days of tap dance. As one of the few dances that has survived close to intact from the heyday of tap dance, it’s worth spending some time around. A few years ago, I was asked to teach a class on the B.S. Chorus at Stompology (a solo Jazz Dance festival in Rochester, NY), and the recap got posted on YouTube. After getting great responses I realized the importance of the piece, and wrote this article to further process my thoughts.
I’m super excited to announce the next step in this process. As part of my residency at the YMCA I’ll be developing a full online lesson on the B.S. Chorus for Tap Dance Freedom. The Lesson will go live on November 22nd!!
If you’d like to get the inside scoop, have access to early release videos, and provide feedback as I develop the lesson, join me on Patreon!!