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Nathan Beech


Nathan Beech

Nathan Beech Tap/Choreographer/Company

Nathan cultivated his passion for dance at the age of 5, training at multiple schools in Northern VA and Washington, DC. Growing up as a competitive dancer, he was recognized in magazines such as DanceSpirit Magazine and Dance Informa for his exceptional tap dancing. He also made an appearance on Lifetime’s reality television series Dance Moms as a guest artist. In High School, Nathan was selected as a National Young Arts Foundation Finalist, granting him the opportunity to train with famous artists such as Josh Groban, Nikki Minaj, and more.

His career started at a young age when he was cast as Billy in the national tour of “Brothers’ of the Knight”, directed by Debbie Allen. Soon after, Nathan joined the team of Dein Perry’s “Tapdogs”, an award-winning Australian tap dance show, where he traveled the world performing in Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. Other performing credits include Rhythmic Circus and Busch Garden’s “Celtic Fyre”. As a member of the professional company The JaM Project, Nathan toured the United States performing; “Good Times, Bad Times” at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Break the Floor Production’s “25 Live” in Los Angeles, CA, and the Capezio ACE awards in NYC. The JaM Project has also made multiple appearances on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”, and “World of Dance” Season 2.

Additionally, Nathan is an active dance instructor and traveling choreographer, teaching workshops and intensives across the U.S. He has been involved in events such as the DC Tapfest, Riff, JaM Camp, KAR, and more. Nathan continues to share his passion for dance to all ages around the country, in hopes of inspiring the next generation of artists to “Keep on Dancin’.”