St. Louis Tap Festival recently posted their schedule for this summer's workshop. I'm already excited to go, but a lot of the classes I want to take conflict. Curse you, two classrooms.
I've definitely decided on Avi and Ofer's Advanced and Logan's class, but now I have to choose between Ludie Jones's Legacy class that performs in All That Tap and Bril Barrett's class. I'm probably going to go with the Legacy class, even if only for the performance opportunities (and I won't embarrass myself in front of all of M.A.D.D. Rhythms who you know will be in Bril's class).
Then, the hip hop (with new teachers this year) or my all time favorite class, Robert Reed's technique class. I'll probably take hip hop the first day and technique for the rest of the week, but I'll probably change my mind 40 or 50 times about all of these before the actual event. After that, there's a new class, Hiroshi Hamanishi's Int./Adv.
Then, the hardest decision: Kathak, a new style I want to try, or Black Orpheus, a dance that I've always wanted to learn taught by a teacher I really like and another performance opportunity. I'll definitely be taking Flamenco, though. Dormeshia's class is too hard core for me at this pointe.
Any tappers out there got any suggestions on which classes to choose?