Samara Seligsohn, originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, lives in NYC working as a professional tap dancer and teacher. She obtained a BA in dance from Barnard College (2012), and used her studies as a platform to explore tap dance history and choreography. Upon graduation, she studied heavily under the mentorship of Derick Grant, Lynn Schwab, and Nicholas Young. Currently, she is a member of Nicholas Young’s SoundMovement Dance Company and Chloe Arnold’s Apt#33, and has performed with these companies at major venues such as B.B. King Blues Club, Symphony Space, and the 14thStreet Y. Samara has also performed works by Derick Grant, Max Pollak, Felipe Galganni, and Leonardo Sandoval. She is also a recent alumna of the Jacob’s Pillow Tap Program, and a faculty member at Steps on Broadway.
On December 30, 2015