About Third Coast Rhythm Project
COVID-19 UPDATE: Classes now offered in person, online and on demand.
The health and safety of our dancers and faculty is our highest priority. Studio is now open for in person classes limited to 8 students + 1 instructor in the room. In person participants must fully vaccinated at this time. We will continue to monitor and make changes for our classes that are appropriate for our students and faculty. We greatly appreciate your continued support as we make our transitions back in the the studio. We are always available by phone and email to answer your questions!
Third Coast Rhythm Project is a San Antonio, TX-based dance organization comprised of an annual tap and percussive dance festival, a performing youth tap company known as RPM Youth Tap Ensemble and a home studio offering tap classes and training to all skill levels.
Third Coast Rhythm Project presents, promotes and fosters a greater understanding of American tap dance by producing world-class educational forums, community outreach programs, and concerts, building bridges between diverse communities of dancers and audience members.
San Antonio is host to internationally acclaimed rhythm masters in a 4-day extravaganza of American tap dance and contemporary percussive arts. Now in its 18th year, this unique event attracts dancers, choreographers, educators, musicians and rhythm explorers from around the globe every Summer to study, share, and fine tune their craft.
The Tap Academy
The Academy is a community of dance educators, choreographers, performing artists and musicians. The studio provides a hub for learning, exploring, sharing, and creating new works and offers year round classes, workshops, community outreach, seasonal performances and more.
RPM Youth Tap Ensemble
RPM Youth Tap Ensemble provides opportunities for young hoofers to work with some of the most renowned tap dance masters & choreographers from around the country. The company provides educational, leadership and performance opportunities, exploring this unique American art form and its musical roots.