Khalid Hill is a professional artist from Boston, MA who currently resides in Harlem. He has been training in tap dancing for 30 years and holds a Master’s Degree in Performing Arts Administration from NYU. As a professional Khalid has performed as a featured artist at colleges and theatres in 38 cities nationwide in the U.S. and in Canada. As a dance instructor and educator, he has taught master classes and lectured at Gordon College, the University of North Carolina, Bridgewater State University and Lehman College. His credits include Bounce (in Disney World) with Mogee and Friends, the first national tour of Bring in Da’ Noise Bring in Da’ Funk under the direction of George C. Wolfe, the Jerry Lewis Telethon 2006 in Las Vegas, Invitations to a Dancer with Savion Glover, Cholesterol Low Down (national tour) with Debbie Allen and Dick Clark. Khalid’s most recent abroad performance was in Berlin where he performed with the Boston Tap Company and One Love Entertainment at the Bread and Butter Fashion Week Festival for the Floris van Bommell Shoe Company. Khalid has performed as a featured soloist for Hillary Clinton, Bill Irwin and Maya Angelou. Khalid has also provided choreography and artistic direction for numerous productions including the Urban Nutcracker in Boston (10 seasons) and the Prison Break Conference in Rhode Island. Chosen in North Carolina (in collaboration with A Chosen Few, Inc.) and the Medione Showdown in Atlanta, New York and St. Louis , and his one man show, Not too Cutty directed by Adam Koplan for the Flying Carpet Theater Company, Khalid is known for his intricate “rapid fire” footwork that has impressed audiences across the U.S.