Sam Weber

Sam Weber is an award-winning, internationally acclaimed performing artist, master teacher and choreographer who regularly appears throughout the world. A protege of Stan Kahn in San Francisco, Sam has shared the stage with many tap dance luminaries including Charles, “Honi” Coles, Steve Condos, and Gregory Hines. 


Sam continues to teach at tap festivals worldwide.  Sam has taught in the dance departments of UCLA, Cal State L.A., Cal State Fullerton and San Francisco State University and currently teaches regular classes at City Dance and Stagebridge in the San Francisco Bay Area. He continues to teach at tap festivals worldwide.


Sam is the recipient of numerous awards and  was the first tap dancer to receive a “Bessie” award, presented in 1993 in recognition of outstanding creative achievement in his work with the Jazz Tap Ensemble. He has received the “Giant Steps” award for his lifelong contribution to the development of tap dance in the San Francisco Bay Area and was the recipient of the Hoofer award from the American Tap Dance foundation. Most recently, he was presented with the Inspiration award by Chicago Tap Theatre.