Rhythm Flow is a movement research technique that focuses on dynamic phrases across the floor. It is powered by a dynamic combination of breath, velocity, body percussion, and the release of energy throughout the body, all inspired by the fascinating rhythms of Latin America. 

The ultimate aim is to develop a distinctive vocabulary that will empower tap dancers to optimize their movements and enable contemporary dancers to fully embrace and embody the  rhythmic trance of the  Son and Rumba clave.

This research started this year and is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media in the program NEUSTART KULTUR, aid program DIS-TANZEN of the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland.



Live Music & Dance

RAVEL is an immersive 60 minute performance that combines contemporary dance, music, and animations to depict the complex experiences of immigration. Through the eyes of immigrants themselves, the show captures the tension and challenges of their journeys in a visually stunning and emotionally compelling way.


Led by Raúl Márquez, a versatile violinist, and Andrea Alvergue, a contemporary tap dancer, "RAVEL" features rhythmic melodies and visually arresting repetitive movements that pay tribute to diverse cultures. Their original improvisations and compositions create a magical space that invites the audience to step into the shoes of immigrants, who are often constant travelers.


"RAVEL" made its premiere at Lofft das Theater in Leipzig, Germany, in September 2021, and is suitable for audiences aged 12 and above. The performance was brought to life by a talented team, including media designers Javier Borrayo and Erick Culasso, poster designer Alejandra Vaquero and Eliú Sánchez, choreographer Sebastian Weber, and production manager Nikolai Kemeny.

This production was made possible with the cooperation of LOFFT das Theater and supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and Kulturamt Stadt Leipzig.



Tap & Jazz - Live in Concert

With their Jazz-Tap concert, Blue Taps, Andrea Alvergue, and Nikolai Kemeny thrill audiences worldwide.
There is a special connection to experience: the sometimes soft, sometimes uptempo music of a Jazz trio meets the two Tap dancers.

Rhythmically arousing, at the same time of the highest elegance and yet lively and completely casual, they whirl across the floor and, 
with the sounds of their taps, become a part of the music.

Together they present a fine repertoire of Jazz, Swing, Bebop, and Afro Latin Standards and Improvisations.


With a length of approx. 90 minutes BLUE TAPS is suitable for 
theatres, cultural venues, Jazz clubs, and auditoriums of all shapes and sizes.


Photos: Alejandra Vaquero

Photos: Jörg Singer

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