Guillem Alonso (Spain), receiving various grants from the Catalan government, studied tap dance in New York, where he was taught by famous dancers such as Brenda Bufalino, Barbara Duffy, Savion Glover and others. Guillem lives in Barcelona where he has worked in various shows such as Keatoniana, New Orleans Jazz & Tap, and Sax Tap. In 1999 he was invited to perform at the Goya Spanish film awards. He has also created and performed numerous works for El Nas Vermell show and the Scandal tap dance company as well as choreography for the show That`s Jazz, created for the opening of the new theatre Scenic Barcelona. Guillem organizes and leads weekly tap improvisation sessions in Barcelona. He is also the founder and director of Barcelona Rhythm Tap Company.
He is one of the creators and performers of the new show Tap Ole.
As a leading member of the tap community Guillem has introduced and motivated a new generation of tap dancers in Barcelona.