Rap A Tap 

Center For The Arts 

5050 Conrad Avenue  San Diego, CA 92117  ~  619-500-7922 

Guest Teacher - Courtney Giannone holds a BFA in Dance from Fordham University and the Alvin Ailey American Dance School. She is professionally trained in multiple forms of dance including: Ballet, the Martha Graham Technique, Lester Horton technique, release technique, the Jose Limon technique, modern partnering, improvisation, choreography and notation, and aerial/acrobatic dance. As of 2010, Courtney has completed six certifications for the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM ®, a wellness modality described as "the art of exercise and beyond." She also earned a personal training certification, and has instructed group classes in gymnastics, dance, STREB's action technique, and Inversion techniques.



     Want to be a part of our Rap A Tap Staff?       Email resume and teaching/choreo footage to summer@rapataparts.com

Tap/Clogging Instructor

Trixi Agiao grew up dancing traditional Igorot dances. Her first ties to dance were family, tradition, music, singing, and community. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in Dance from UCSD in 2011. She is a founding member of the Collective Dance Collective, based in San Diego and New York. She joined Visionary Dance Theatre and [the] movement initiative in the spring of 2013. Besides performing and choreographing, Trixi enjoys teaching dance and working for arts organizations like contACT ARTS and San Diego Fringe.


Competition Team 

Meet Our Rap A Tap Staff

Josh Morris began his dance career in high school when a studio owner offered free jazz dance lessons to his football team. His love of dance flourished and by his senior year, he was helping teach tap classes to pay for additional classes in ballet, jazz, and tap. He continued exploring the world of dance in college and at age 18 was offered a student teaching position in the tap dance program at Brigham Young University. He has taught tap classes in Utah, Nevada, Colorado, California and Brazil. Currently, he splits his free time between his two horses, clogging with the Kickers Cloggers and California Rhythm Project.

Sam Tribble is a former collegiate, All American gymnast. He has been inducted into
Sacramento’s Hall Of Fame for outstanding athletes. Sam continues to train Junior Olympic
athletes and participates in the Professional Development Program for USA Gymnastics. Sam
was the first US Worlds team coach for the sport of Cyr Wheel (2013 and 2015) and has
created the Progressive Axis Training (PAT)tm technique for teaching skill progression for the art of Cyr. He is certified through the IRV as a technical judge and served on the board of USA Wheel Gymnastics as a technical advisor. Sam was the owner and head coach of Giants
Gymnastics, a recreational and competitive men's and women USA gymnastics club from 1995 to 2010

Contemporary Acro Instructor


Summer Williamss has been training for the past 20 years in Hip Hop, Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Modern and Liturgical dance. She received her Bachelors of Art in Dance from San Diego State University with a Minor in Business Administration. She received her Masters in Education and Teaching Credential from National University. Summer has taught and performed for international groups such as Pro Danza Italia, Debbie Allen Dance Academy, Momentum Dance Theater and Capital Tap. She has been featured in a Sony commercial and as a backup dancer for recording artist Megan Henry. She has taught at several dance studios throughout the San Diego area and is currently a member of California Rhythm Project. 


Acro Instructor

Sierra Paris is pursuing her BFA in dance at San Diego State University. She grew up dancing and teaching at the Billy Clower Dance Studio in Ventura, Ca. We are excited to have Sierra join the Rap A Tap Family as one of our tap instructors.

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