Andrew Nemr is an internationally known performer, choreographer, educator, and speaker. Andrew has performed with Grammy award-winning musicians, Jazz icons such as Harry Connick Jr, Duke Ellington Orchestra, the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, and the legendary Les Paul. The New York Times referred to Andrew as a "master tapper." Nemr's work has been recognized with a TED Fellowship. Andrew founded the tap dance company
Cats Paying Dues and co-founded the Tap Legacy Foundation, along with his mentor tap icon Gregory Hines.
In this episode, Andrew shares his early motivation after watching Gregory Hines and Savion Glover in the movie Tap. Andrew shares his devastation at being excluded from his mentor's show. He shares his spiritual journey and pivot back from exhaustion and burnout. We are excited to welcome Andrew to this episode fo Intrinsic Drive®.
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