We teach students from age four to adult, from Beginner to Open Champion. Our school consistently produces local, regional, national, and international competition qualifiers and medal holders. Our T.C.R.G. and coach offer top-quality instruction following a proven method of group instruction (focusing on basic form, rhythm, and style) in both solo and team dancing. We offer individualized mentoring, advancement based on individual effort, and training in both traditional and modern choreography.
This Irish term means "Land of the Young," and this class prepares dancers for learning Irish dance through song, activities, and creative movement in an adaptive and positive environment. The 50-minute class is held once a week and is for dancers ages 2.5 until the teacher or coach determined the child is ready for the structured progression of our Beginner 1 class. This class is only available for siblings of currently enrolled dancers.
These dancers learn the fundamentals of Irish dance through repetitive basic movements which lead to beginner soft shoe dances (reel and light jig) and traditional beginner figure dancing (teams). This 50-minute class is held once a week.
In this once a week class, dancers learn beginner and advanced beginner soft shoe dances and traditional figure dancing (teams). [An Adult dancer is defined as any dancer who started Irish dancing at the age of 18 or older OR any dancer 18 or older who has not competed in at least five years in a youth competition AND has never placed in the top three in a youth Preliminary Championship competition of at least five competitors.]