The Syncopated Ladies, a.k.a Sync Ladies, the only all-female tap crew to compete and perform live on a national TV competition show. Featuring founder and lead choreographer Chloe Arnold, her sister Maud Arnold, and fellow tap dancers Sarah Reich, Anissa Lee, Pamela Yasutake and Melissa Tannus
Watch their winning performance from the show’s season premiere:
Tribute to Rihanna’s “Where Have You Been”
Tune in tonight for FOX’s “So You Think You Can Dance” for the first-ever live appearance by an all-female tap crew on a national competition show. The ladies return for a live performance after appearing on the show’s premiere (May 28th) competing in the show’s first-ever crew battle and winning by more than 67% of social media votes.Fans can show their support tonight by tweeting @SyncLadies to @DanceonFOX #SYTYCD
Tribute to Beyoncé’s “Flawless”
Tribute to Beyoncé’s “End of Time“
The Syncopated Ladies dance crew was created by world-renowned tap dancer and choreographer Chloe Arnold who was discovered at an early age by legendary choreographer Debbie Allen. Chloe has since gone on to perform on stages around the globe (in 21 countries and over 35 states), worked with celebrated artists including Beyonce, and appeared on national TV shows like “Dancing with the Stars” and “Boardwalk Empire.” Most recently, she’s choreographed an episode of HBO’s “The Comeback,” which will air this fall, and a national Macy’s commercial which will air this summer. Chloe formed Syncopated Ladies, the first all-female tap band, to bring more appreciation for tap to modern audiences; and specifically to create a platform for women to be at the forefront of this beloved art form. The group has performed in Vancouver, Canada, at B.B. Kings in New York City, annually at their D.C. Tap Fest, and at Dancescape L.A.’s 10th Anniversary Showcase in May. Their annual Tap Boot Camp will take place July 12-14 in L.A.