Johnathan Morin is a leading force in Canadian Tap dance today. Hailing from Edmonton Alberta, the 27 year old professional tap dancer is making a name for himself across the country and around the world. He is the Co-Artistic Director and Producer of the tap dance company called “Rhythm & Sound”. Established in 2015, Rhythm & Sound has since been presented by Feats Festival of Dance in Edmonton in 2017 and also the Toronto International Tap Dance Festival in 2017 as well. They also present themselves every year in Toronto, their last being at Canadian Stage on Sept 15th, and 16th, with 301 guests in attendance. Johnathan most recently was on faculty at the Eastern Canadian Tap Conference which was held in October 2017. He taught at the Dance Project Convention as well as sought out to teach at many workshops all around the country. Other accolades include principle dancer in the tap dance production “Love.Be.Best.Free” Directed and choreographed by Danny Nielsen in which they went on tour for 3.5 weeks in B.C. This was the first tap dance tour in Western Canada in 35 years. He was on faculty for the 2014 Vancouver International Tap Festival as well as the 2017 Toronto International Tap Festival. Johnathan Also performed at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival in 2013 and 2016. He also has been brought out by Feats Festival to teach workshops in Edmonton in 2015 and 2017.Most recently he danced with Toffan Rhythm Projects alonside the Toronto Jazz Orchestra as part of the 2018 Edwards Summer Music Series. Johnathan is currently living in Toronto where he teaches at Canada’s only tap dance only studio called “The Tap Dance Centre” as well as the esteemed “Millennium Dance Complex” in Toronto.