Thomas Marek

Thomas Marek has been a leading artist for contemporary tap dance in Germany and Europe for the last 25 years.
In his work he is blending traditional and modern forms of tap dance and jazz music with contemporary musical and theatrical elements.

News & Upcoming Gigs

09.02.2019 Thomas Marek Quartet in Concert

Premier : Thomas Marek's new Tap & Jazz Quartet  Live at Brückenstern, Hamburg. 9. February 2019 20.00h Matthäus Winnitzki (Piano), Stefan Dahm (Drums), Tilman Oberbeck (Bass), Thomas Marek (Tap Dance) Admission on a donation basis Piano, bass, drums and feet: dance...

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New Tap Classes in Vienna, January 2019

On Thursday, January 10th, two new tap dance classes start with Thomas Marek Tap Intermediate, Thursdays from 19.00-20.15h Tap Advanced, Thursdays from 20.15-21.30h The courses last 10 weeks from January 10th - March 14th, Thursdays. The venue is Daphne's Studio,...

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Professional Tap Dance Training 2019 in Hamburg.

PROFESSIONAL TAP TRAINING PROGRAM 2019 15. July – 04. August 2019 @ STUDIO FOOPRINTS, HAMBURG 110+ hours of professional tap dance training, coaching and practice in 21 days. With Thomas Marek and Team The 3-week tap dance training is aimed at ambitious amateurs and...

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New Tap Dance classes in Vienna starting in October

Starting in October, Thomas Marek will be teaching new tap classes in Vienna at two different locations. Wednesday night will be hosted bei IG HOP and on Thursday Thomas is teaching at Daphne's studio. Detailed information about Thomas Marek's tap dance classes in...

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Workshop & Performance with TAP&BASS, Berlin 1./2. Dec.

On December 1st and 2nd Kurt Holzkämper and Thomas Marek will teach a tap dance workshop at Studio Bluetap in Berlin. On Saturday evening there will be a performance with their new show "BEATS". Studio Bluetap, Ohlauer Strasse 43, 10999 Berlin Workshop: In this...

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“To work with Thomas was one of the most fun and challenging experiences of my dance career.
It was a secure environment and he built up trust to collaborate and search for expressions through the dance. This process was really challenging for me. I had to work hard to overcome my fears, but in the end it was very rewarding and I felt I took a big step as an artist.”
Daniel Larsson

Tap Dancer / Swing Dancer


Official Video Tap&Bass “BEATS”

Bebelaar&Marek “Improvisation #1”

NOLA Final Scene “Who Dat”

NOLA “Phoenix 1”

Thomas Marek & Band

DRAMA “Jazz & Cocktails”

More videos can be found on Thomas Marek’s Youtube channel.