Instruction in traditional, competitive dancing in Toronto, Canada, as well as in California's Los Angeles and San Francisco areas. Teacher biographies, class information and instruction philosophy.
Located in Grand Falls-Windsor, Canada, Celtic Spirit Dancers teach and perform Irish dance in the area. Check out schedules, registration materials, pictures and current events.
Classes and performance group in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Includes profile, and image gallery.
Irish classes in and around Edmonton, Alberta since 1996.
Open to ages three through adult, classes in Manitoba explore traditional and modern Irish styles. School history and registration information.
The School teaches traditional Irish step dancing to children and adults in the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Performs throughout the year at concerts and festivals.
Competitive and recreational Irish dance classes for ages four through adult in Calgary, High River and Strathmore, Alberta, Canada. Site includes tips on practicing, performances and feiseanna.
Instruction in traditional and modern steps for ages three through adult in North Vancouver and Richmond, BC, Canada.
Offers beginner to adult classes, and preparation for participation in feiseanna (competitions) at regional and international levels. Includes news, photo gallery and registration details. Calgary, Alberta.
Under the direction of Leslie Wilson TCRG, the school offers music, story telling and dance classes in Burnaby and Abbotsford, B.C. for beginning to advanced dancers of all ages.
Lessons and classes in Vancouver, Maple Ridge and Abbotsford, British Columbia, under the direction of Michelle Kilby, TCRG. Site includes instructor bios, class schedule and feis information.
Professional Irish dance instruction in Okotoks, Lethbridge and Calgary, Alberta. Classes taught by former Western Canadian Champions and international-level competitors.
Calgary-area classes geared toward competition and performance as well as recreation. Site includes schedule, instructor bios and photo gallery.
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