In his latest stage concert, the Tony Award- winning, tap-dancing phenomenon applies his unique sense of musicality and his incredible stage presence to familiar compositions all the way from exploratory classics by John Coltrane to original movements by Savion Glover. Savion Glover made his Broadway debut at age 11 in The Tap Dance Kid (1985) before earning his first Tony nomination at age 15 for Black and Blue (1989). He worked with George Wolfe on Jellys Last Jam (1992) and Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk (1996), earning him a Tony Award for Best Choreography. Film credits include Tap, Spike Lees Bamboozled and the Academy Award-winning Happy Feet and Happy Feet 2. Savion Glover has also enjoyed dancing on concert stages throughout the world with legendary jazz musicians Jack DeJohnette, Roy Haynes, and McCoy Tyner.