Sarah Reich has emerged as one of the new leaders in the art form of Tap Dance. At the young age of 15, this Los Angeles native was featured in Dance Spirit Magazine's article, "20 Hot Tappers Under 20" and was named one of the "25 To Watch" in the 2009 Dance Magazine article. Ever since, Sarah has been sought after to perform, choreograph, and teach in over 35 countries.
Sarah is currently touring with Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox. With her own band, Tap Music Project, she premiered their full-length show at The Vancouver International Tap Dance Festival and the band has performed throughout Los Angeles at such venues as the Ford Ampitheatre, UCLA's JazzReggae Festival, The Edison, Blue Whale, and the LA County Holiday Celebration. Sarah was also seen on Season 11 of FOX's So You Think You Can Dance with Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies and was a performer at Madison Square Garden for the opening of the NY Knicks 2013-2014 season. In addition to her vast international travel and countless television appearances, Sarah has had the honor to perform at prestigious venues such as The Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theater with Mexican pop-star Cristian Castro, and the Kodak Theater with the great Herbie Hancock.