3412 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220


Jul 08, 2024


7:15 pm - 8:15 pm



(Re) Learn Tap Dance Basics

Mondays, 6:15 – 7:15 pm

The (Re)Learn Tap Dance Basics class is for anyone who has never taken a tap class or wants to take a refresher course of the basic tap steps, and move at a slower pace.  Students will take this four-week course to learn or relearn the basics of tap, then after this course will transfer to join an ongoing Tap Dance class in the Fall.

  • Ages: Adults (16+)
  • Session: Jul 8 – 29 (4 weeks)
  • Instructor: Alissa Stachowski
  • Cost:
    • $20/ single class
    • $52/ 4-week session
  • Class Size: 5 students required to run class; no more than 12 students enrolled
  • Class Location: CCAC’s new home (3412 Clifton Ave)
  • How to Register: Email the instructor at alissa.stachowski@gmail.com with “(Re)Learn Tap Dance Basics (Monday nights)” in the subject line. Registration by a minimum of 5 students is needed by the following date; if the minimum requirement is met by the deadline, additional students may register for the session through the Monday morning of the first class, or drop-in at $20 per class.
    • Summer 2 Session: Sunday, June 30, 2024

Alissa Stachowski
Alissa Stachowski grew up in Alliance, Ohio, where she studied and performed in a variety of art forms, including dance, acrobatics, music, and theater. At the University of Akron, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance, focused mainly on ballet and modern dance. She studied many dance forms at Contemporary Dance Theater in Cincinnati, including modern, ballet, hip hop, jazz, tap, and Afro-Caribbean/Dunham dance.

Alissa’s recent dance performances in Cincinnati through Contemporary Dance Theater include the Area Choreographers Festival and Performance and Time Arts shows with various choreographers. Outdoor performances include Global Water Dances-Cincinnati (2013, 2015, 2021, and 2023), Great Outdoor Weekend (2021, 2022), Ohio Statehouse Performing Arts Series (2016), and Bodies in Urban Spaces (2014) in conjunction with Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center.


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