Savion glover new
4.4 / 5 Rated by 9 members
Review from Laura Unger
Red Velvet 131 events 43 reviews

Fabulous. He is unlike anything most people think about tap dancing. No music. Not alot of movement across the stage. But, his feet do remarkable things and he never rests. A fabulous concert with a strong statement about Trayvon Walker.

reviewed Mar 31 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from GoldStar Member
Red Velvet 102 events 24 reviews

Phenomenal. Poignant. Beautiful. Inspiring. Mind-blowing. This was different than anything I had ever seen before. One raised square amplified stage, a non-stop 30 minute "tapstackular" by Savion to open. No music throughout the entire 90 minute...continued

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Review from KJ
35 events 13 reviews

I am a great fan of the performing arts, dance in particular. However, I had never been to a tap "concert" before. Regardless, I was excited to see Mr. Glover - particularly given the title of the performance; paying tribute to the tap dance...continued

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Review from jjohnson29
17 events 7 reviews

Wonderful show. A tribute to Trayvon Martin.

Warner is a grand old auditorium, but the constant light from the foyer due to late arrivals was annoying. Maybe because this show was only one act.

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Review from cdm1221
22 events 6 reviews

An amazing talent!! Loved all sets especially the inclusion of other tappers. Appreciated the tribute to Trayvon Martin. Please support to keep this dance form relevant.

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Review from Wanda Parker
7 events 2 reviews

Savion Glover is a multi-talented artist! It's amazing what a person can achieve with thier mind and body.
He is a human percussion being,a one man band, a collaborator with heart and vision.

reviewed Mar 31 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
1 event 1 review

Amazing. For starters to have that much stamina makes me want to step up my game. The combos to the singing, it was truly a work of art. I really appreciated the Treyvon Martin tribute. Tap dancing is a art that isn't given enough credit. ...continued

reviewed Mar 31 2012 report as inappropriate