Maria Bossy

Maria teaches regularly at the Luthier Professional Tap Program at Escola Luthier Dansa.

Maria Bossy was trained in the disciplines of classical, contemporary and Spanish dance at the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona (1977-1980) and later educated as a tap dancer by the brothers Lluís and Rafa Méndez and also in Paris by Victor Cuno. She began her artistic career with the Anna Sánchez Dance Company (1987) and with the David Campos Ballet Clàssic de Catalunya company (1988). She debuted on television as a dancer and singing in the TV3 program directed by Salvador Alsius, Blanco o Negro (1987-1988), performing with her twin sister as Bossy & Bossy.
In 1989 she moved to London to continue her musical theater training at the London Studio Centre. Her artistic career kept on being developed in the world of theater, in which it is worth noting: Joy to the World (1989), West Side Story (1990), Jack and the Beanstalk (1991), Moby Dick (1993) The Royal Variety Performance (1993) Cinderella (1994), The Magic of Disney (1994), and the tap show Taking a Chance on Tap (1995). At the same time, she obtained the ISTD’s (Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing) diploma as an Associate Teacher (ballet and tap teacher).
Back to Spain, in 2003, she joined Camut Band African tap and percussion company and Sharon Lavi’s tap company as a dancer, while also working as a choreographer, highlighting Musical Night: A Night on Broadway-Grec 2015 and Night of Musicals: Swing Broadway- Grec 2016, Poland, season 12, TV3, Bla Bla Land (2017) and Reebok x The Animal Obsevatory (2018). At the end of 2016 she played the role of Tick in the musical Mustache by Coco Comin at the Teatro Apolo in Barcelona. She currently dances her own choreographies with the tap group 3KeTap, along with Javier Arroyo “Jota” and Bealia Guerra.