Seminars and Workshops

Join Tap Teacher, Carina Goodman, and Carolina Dance Foundation for an incredible Line-up of Tap Master Classes featuring Olivia Rosenkrantz & Enrique Rosario!

Sponsored by: Carolina Dance Foundation

Location: Carolina Dance Center

Date: Saturday, December 1, 2018 • 1:00-4:00 pm

Don’t miss this opportunity to train with these amazing tappers! These classes are open to all dancers in the community! Olivia, Enrique and our own Carina Goodman, will each teach a class for each level; all dancers will attend 3 classes.

Cost: Included for all CDF Members 

           Non-CDF Attendees: $75 for 3 classes


If you prefer to register in the studio by cash or check you may do so. Please fill out this registration form and submit it with your payment. (Form coming soon!)


SENIOR CLASSES (Ages 15 & up)

1:00-2:00 pm with Enrique

2:00-3:00 pm with Olivia

3:00-4:00 pm with Carina


Teen A/Teen B CLASSES (Ages 12-14)

1:00-2:00 pm with Olivia

2:00-3:00 pm with Carina

3:00-4:00 pm with Enrique


Junior A/Junior B CLASSES (Ages 8-11)

1:00-1:45 pm with Carina

2:00-2:45 pm with Enrique

3:00-3:45 pm with Olivia     


Please email with any questions regarding classes, levels, etc. 


More about Olivia Rosenkrantz:

Born and raised in France, Olivia spent her childhood performing with Theatre Expression Musique, surrounded by actors, musicians, and poets before moving to New York City where she currently resides. Olivia is, with accomplice Mari Fujibayashi, the artistic director, choreographer and dancer of the duo Tapage, performing internationally with singers, actors, jazz, world, and classical music ensembles.

Olivia has spent over two decades working and performing with some of the most influential tap dance artists. She recently appeared in Savion Glover’s “OM” at the Joyce theater (NYC). From ’91 to ’96, she was dancer and vocalist for Brenda Bufalino’s American Tap Dance Orchestra. She toured with Heather Cornell’s Manhattan Tap (performing alongside jazz artist Ray Brown, tap Legend Buster Brown, Crosspulse Ensemble and Keith Terry). She was choreographer/dancer with the Kathak Ensemble in “Ka-Tap” (North Indian Kathak meets tap), and performed with Mad Theatricals, Tap Express and “Y not Tap”. Olivia has been assistant to choreographer Brenda Bufalino, in the recreation of her master pieces within the New Tap Dance Orchestra, and the New York City Tap Festival.

Olivia has performed and taught extensively across the United States, Japan, Russia, France, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Germany, Brazil, and Mexico. In New York City she was faculty of Steps, Broadway Dance Center, Woodpeckers, Ballet Arts. Performance Highlights include the New York City Center Fall for Dance Festival, the 92nd street Y, Lincoln Center, the Joyce Theater (NYC), Carnegie Mellon (Pittsburgh), The Colorado Music Festival performing with the CMF chamber Orchestra directed by Michael Christie, ALTI Hall in Tokyo, Musica y Escena Festival and Teatro de la Danza in Mexico City with Latin Emmy Award winner Cuarteto Latinoamericano.

She is the author of a book on dancing in New York (Editions de l’Est) with forewords by modern dance legends Murray Louis and Alvin Nikolais whom she studied with. Her photo/sound installations have been presented in contemporary art and photo exhibitions in France (TEM expo 2012 , Biennale Internationale de l’Image de Nancy in 2014).


More about Enrique Rosario:

Enrique Rosario was born and raised in Raleigh, NC. He is a senior at Wakefield High School and has been trained in all forms of dance at CC and Company Dance Complex from 2008-2016. He now teaches at the BalletArts in Henderson, NC. Enrique’s passion is to tap dance. 

In 2016, he was accepted into the Apprentice Program of Tap Kids and in the same year he made his debut as the youngest performer in the Tap Kids show directed by Lisa Hopkins. In 2017, he was invited to perform as the only non-professional soloist in the show TAPN2TAP directed by Malana Murphy. He was also accepted into the YoungArts program as a 2018 YoungArts Winner in Dance: Choreography. The National YoungArts Foundation is a prestigious arts program that only accepts the top 10% of all applicants. Enrique has performed at the Emmy’s Governors Ball with the group Reverb Tap Company. He has also performed at the McCoy Rigby Arts Gala with Reverb Tap Company. 

Enrique has been trained by Emily Shoemaker Moorman and by world renowned tap dancers including Anthony Morigerato, Sarah Reich, Mark Goodman, and others. He has been traveling around the country to further his training in dance because in the near future he wants to be a professional dancer and choreographer.





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