Logan Miller is a young Tap Dancer, Choreographer and Teacher living and working in New York City. He blends the tradition and technique passed down by the masters with the energy and rhythms of the latest sounds and street styles of today.

Protégé of Robert L. Reed, Logan had the opportunity to travel and perform worldwide. He appeared as a featured performer in Germany’s Duisburg Tap Festival, tribute performances and TV documentary for
The 9 Doctors of Tap Dance at the age of 12, and was one of three St. Louis Hoofers to appear on the live CBS talent competition Star Search. At 16 he was named by Dance Spirit Magazine as one of the “20 Top Tappers Under 20.”

In recent years he has appeared in
Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards A Shared Evening – Danspace Project and On Tap – Summer Stage in NYC. He is also a member of Emmy-Award winning Choreographer, Jason Samuels Smith’s A.C.G.I. In which he performed at the Joyce Theater and Saratoga Performing Arts Center.

Originally, from St. Louis, Logan annually makes a trip back to teach and perform at the St. Louis Tap Festival and its showcase,
All That Tap. He is proud to be a part of the organization that gave him his start and jumps at the opportunity to give back to the next young generation of tap dancers. Logan has since been privileged to teach and perform at many Tap Festivals and Workshops including, Canada’s Tap Into a Cure, The Oklahoma City Tap Festival, The Chicago Tap Summit, The New Jersey Tap Fest, assisted Dr. Prince Spencer at Tradition in Tap, and has taught at Dance Conventions across the United States and Mexico.

Visit Logan’s web site www.madtaps.com for videos and more details.