Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies
Live Tour | Virtual Performance | Artist Talks
Syncopated Ladies: Live is a ground-breaking All-Female Tap production that propels beautiful, classy, and diverse women onto a re-invigorated stage, weaving their inspiring stories with intricate footwork, feminine prowess, and life-renewing energy. It is a celebration of sisterhood, empowerment, and black girl magic wrapped up in the package of a music video.
Dancing to today’s cutting edge music, from Pop to Hip-hop to Salsa, and even a couple tear-jerking Ballads, Syncopated Ladies: Live is electrifying, stirring, and energizing, a nonstop action-filled show.
Founded by Emmy Nominated Choreographer, Chloe Arnold, who was discovered at a young age in Washington, DC by Debbie Allen. Her choreography has been featured on hit television shows such as So You Think You Can Dance, Good Morning America, The Ellen Show, The Talk, and over 30 episodes of The Late Late Show With James Corden.
Syncopated Ladies LIVE Tour Dates
Worcester, MA Huntingdon, PA Bloomsburg, PA
Alys Stephens Center @ Jemison Hall
Lyceum Series @ Bettersworth Auditorium
Chloe and Maud on the Kelly Clarkson Show
About the Syncopated Ladies
Syncopated Ladies: Live is a ground-breaking All-Female Tap production that propels beautiful, classy, and diverse women onto a re-invigorated stage, weaving their inspiring stories with intricate footwork, feminine prowess, and life-renewing energy.
The Syncopated Ladies are based in Los Angeles, CA and created by EMMY AWARD NOMINATED, tap dancer and choreographer, Chloe Arnold, protégé of Debbie Allen.
With their viral videos amassing over 50 million views, the Ladies have worked with Mega star Beyoncé, they were the winners of the first dance crew battle on FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance, and have performed on Good Morning America, The Ellen Show, the US OPEN and to sold-out shows of their Syncopated Ladies: Live tour.
"They Killed it!"
"The Syncopated Ladies represent the next generation of genre-bending tappers who are revitalizing historic dance for modern times."
"These women can really dance. They've all been trained in multiple genres, and that comes through in their tapping."
Huffington Post | Syncopated Ladies: Fierce Feminine Strong