jazz é-tap
a theater, live music & tap dancing company
art as a human adventure
art in the service of the encounter
 

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office life 3.0. Tap dance and acoustic jazz music concert and show to swing, middle jazz, mainstream, bebop, modern jazz, contemporary and experimental jazz, Cuban music, latin and Brazilian and funk. Theater, acting and real life stories. Voicing, jrjp technique, Jump Rhythm Jazz Project. Music and dance improvisation. Lausanne, Switzerland, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Melbourne, Australia, London England. Laurent Bortolotti (artistic direction + choreography + tap dance  + singing + acting ), Lucy Hopkins (staging), Stéphane Fisch (double bass), Léo Chevalley (piano + singing), Shyrleen Müller (tap dance  + acting ), Thomas Wadelton (tap dance  + singing + acting).
 

a concert-show; a meeting between live jazz, theater, tap dancing and real life stories

"office life 3.0 ", or the story of the social climbing of a young boy who becomes a programmer-analyst for a trading company. Behind the air-conditioned offices and their tinted windows, the struggle for power is without mercy...

Some musical selections from this show are available on the jazz é-tap CD.

length of time: 1h

Laurent Bortolotti - artistic direction, choreography, tap dance, dance, singing, acting - Lausanne, Switzerland + Montreal, Canada
Lucy Hopkins - staging - London, England
Stéphane Fisch - double bass - Geneva, Switzerland
Léo Chevalley - piano, singing - Fribourg, Switzerland
Shyrleen Müller - tap dance, dance, acting - Fribourg, Switzerland
Thomas Wadelton - tap dance, dance, singing, acting - Melbourne, Australia

"office life 3.0 " was created in 2014 and already has a long history as it is the continuation of 3 preceding projects: âtman (since 2013), the sextet clic-clac-cloc (2007-2010) and the RBS trio (2005-2007).

former members: David Chia Bosch (graphic design, tap dance, dance, acting - Barcelona, Spain), Guillaume Martineau (piano - Montreal, Canada), Alex Bellegarde (double bass, composition - Montreal, Canada)