Nathan Bugh (Music Theory for Tap Dancers) – is one of the world’s leading experts in traditional jazz movement. He has performed Lindy Hop at Carnegie Hall, with The New York Pops and Josie Say. He danced in David Tutera’s “Great Gatsby” wedding on the hit reality series “My Fair Wedding;” He performed on FoxNC’s “Fox and Friends Christmas” with George Gee; And he and Ramona Staffeld exhibited Lindy Hop in Noemi LaFrance’s “Agora II,” and later with the Vanaver Caravan at the legendary dance mecca, Jacob’s Pillow. Nathan and Evita Arce are principle dancers in the Weepies music video “Be My Honey Pie.” And Nathan and Elaine Silver dance in Ric Mysterie’s “Up All Night,” and “I Don’t Want Your Love.” A competitive dance champion, Nathan holds 1st place titles in Lindy Hop, Solo Charleston, Team, Cabaret, and Slow Dance divisions across the US. Nathan joins the faculty as a music lecturer, a capacity for which he is especially well suited. In 2006 Nathan graduated form the Juilliard School with a masters degree in music composition. Prior to that he studied music composition and tap concurrently at OCU. And more recently, he has delved into jazz piano. Nathan combines his familiarity with tap/jazz with his intense, music-theory knowledge, to offer a unique classroom opportunity. If you have any burning questions about rhythm, music structure, or theory, now is the time to ask them!