Viennese born tapdancer Sabine Hasicka studied tapdance in New York (as apprentice and later soloist with the highly acclaimed Rhythm Tap Company Manhattan Tap), Tango in Buenos Aires, Ballet in Vienna, and Tombak, the Persian drum, in Iran. Legendary Tap Master Buster Brown and Tap Icon Heather Cornel have inspired Sabine as her most important teachers. She feels honored to have later shared the stage with both of them.

Composers like Dieter Kaufmann, Martin Reiter, Michael Wahlmüller have written for Sabine and the tap shoes, most notably bassist and composer Alexander Lackner, with whom she has been extensively researching new approaches to tap composition. Their joint collaboration will soon materialize into a CD featuring wonderful musicians such as Agnes Heginger, Maria Frodl, Ingrid Oberkanins, Mahan Mirarab, and many more.

Sabine toured the USA and Europe with Manhattan Tap, Heather Cornell, the Medellin String Quartett and numerous other Jazz- and Worldmusic acts out of the Vienna and New York Scenes. Her program „Viennoiseries“ with the Medellin String Quartett was featured by the Viennese Board of Tourism. Sabine directed the program „mozart bewegt“ as part of „Mozart Jahr 2006“. Until 2008 she partnered the New Yorker Tuba virtuoso Jon Sass in their Duoact „Tuba and Tap“. In 2008 she premiered „short stories“, a collaboration with Heather Cornell and Alexander Lackner at the prestigious Tap Ahead Festival in Düsseldorf. The same year she founded a duo with classical Hungarian guitarist Zsofia Boros, anDanzas, which has been succesfully touring Europe and even the Middle East and performed at most prestigious venues such as Wiener Konzerthaus, Nikolaisaal Potsdam, as well as live on national classical radio Ö1. In 2016 she performed the original music score of Opus 8 by Dieter Kaufmann (written for Solo Bongos) with conductor Christian Muthspiel and the Ensemble “Die Reihe”; in 2014 premiered his opus 52 with guitarist Gunter Schneider.

In Vienna Sabine works as a choreographer and dance-coach for various performance companies, most notably „theatercombinat“, and leads the semi-professional tap-percussion group „déclic des clics“. Sie regularly works within music-educational programs such as „Musik zum Anfassen“ and music programs for children with special needs. Until 2012 she taught tapdance at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and the University of Sports Vienna. 2006 Sabine opened her own studio in Vienna.