Brianna Taylor is the first Australian to be accepted residency with Rhythmatic Tap Company, kickstarting her journey by performing in their upcoming stage show On Top of the World.
Brand new tap company Rhythmatic has announced its two new residence members Brianna Taylor and Chloe Arnold. Founded by 25-year-old Nick Young (So You Think You Can Dance), Rhythmatic Tap Company evolved after Nick’s viral self-produced tap video to The Beatles ‘Come Together’ reached more than seven million views and was later shown on NBC’s new hit TV show World of Dance.
Rhythmatic Tap Company has already been awarded 2nd Runner up at the 2017 Capezio ACE Awards for choreographic excellence since its establishment in 2017.
Brianna Taylor, a Capezio athlete ambassador, starred in the tap production Mickey’s Christmas Big Band at Disneyland Paris before she relocated to Los Angeles to commence her residency at Rhythmatic.
This is such an exciting time for tap, especially to be a female tap dance artist. I’m humbled to be able to make a living from what I love and I cannot thank Nick Young enough for this opportunity to be a part of his company in LA,” said Brianna.