Virtual Live Stream - Pre-registration required minimum 1 hour before class
Tap dance originated in the United States in the early 19th century from the fusion of percussive dances from different cultures, particularly from African tribal dances and Scottish, Irish and English clog dancing. The influences from these different dance styles evolved to what we know today as tap dancing. Throughout the history of Tap dance, a lot of racism and segregation has occurred. There’s an ongoing fight for equality and just representation in this industry.
3 EASY STEPS TO JOIN:
Sign up for a virtual live stream class through our app, or website.
Download the ZOOM app on the device you wish to watch the class from.
You will be sent an email from City Dance Corps1 hour before your class. Click on the ‘JOIN CLASS’ link to start your class.
SOME HELPFUL TIPS:
Registration closes 1 hour before class.
No-shows may be charged a late cancellation fee. Cancel ahead of time from your CDC account profile or CDC app.
Be sure you are receiving your email to the same device you are streaming the class on.
You must be signed into your CDC account in Wellness Living to access the link
If your link doesn't work, or you don't get the email, you can log in to your CDC account and join the live stream from your 'Schedule' section in your account.