Tapman Productions presents "Supreme Love" featuring M.A.D.D. Rhythms
“Supreme Love” expresses true life through the art of tap dance, recreating the chants of John Coltrane’s manifestations through the album “A Love Supreme” and celebrating truth from the sounds of Hip Hop music. Choreographer Jumaane Taylor and saxophonist Rajiv Halim present “Acknowledgement” to “Psalm” from the 1965 classic though uncovering the next artistic status and exhibiting Coltrane’s theology. The performance features Chicago tap dance company, M.A.D.D. Rhythms.
Complimenting the legendary Tree of Hope, Supreme Love survives off traditions of good luck or most high power. Conquering the original jazz music, Rajiv reinvents the classic quartet and narrates our transitions with his instrument. M.A.D.D. Rhythms and the musicians exchange expressive musical opinions, rediscovering themselves and their art. Witnessing life's course, rhythm and miracles, we dance in the name of God, truth and our ancestors, traveling through the art with progressive admiration for tradition.