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MacConmara Academy of Irish Dance

2022 Fall Schedule


Monday:

4:00  Advanced Beginner 2

5:00  Hornpipes (PC/OC)

6:30  Technique for Open/PC/OC 

7:30-9:00 Treble Jigs (PC/OC)


Tuesday

4:00  Open/PC/OC (13 & under)

5:30  Ceili (U10 & up)

6:15  Adv. Beginner 3/Novice/Open

7:15  PC/OC (14 & up)


Wednesday:

4:30-5:00  Pre-Beginner

5:00-5:30  Toddler's Irish Rhythm

5:30-6:20  Beginner 1/New Students (5 & up)

6:30-7:20  Advanced Beginner 1

7:30-8:30  Adult Class


Thursday:

4:00  Novice 2

5:00  Ceili (u9 & under)

5:30 Advanced Beginner 2

6:30  Open/PC

8:00-9:30  OC 


Saturday:

10:00-10:50  New Students/Adv. Beginner 1

11:00-12:30  Advanced Beginner 2/Advanced Beginner 3/Novice




**TECHNIQUE CLASS- this class is open to all levels.  The teacher will concentrate on Irish dance technique that is needed for shows, competition, etc. This is a great class for everyone from beginners (to learn proper technique through Oireachtas/Nationals/Worlds dancers to strengthen their technique and help them get to the Championship/World level.


**TECHNIQUE CLASS IS MANDATORY FOR ALL OPEN/PC/OC STUDENTS.





Pictures of our Akron Studio


Class Descriptions

Irish Rhythm: Students ages 2 1/2 to 3 years old. Learning the basics of Irish dance, no dance experience needed. We will teach them how dance classes are run, and learn to follow rules.

Toddler: Students age 2 1/2-3 years old. Learning the basics of Irish Dance, and the basic rules of a dance class.

Pre-Beginner: Students age 3-4 years old. Learning basics of Irish dance. progressing into dance steps for shows and competitions.

Beginner 1: New students

Beginner 2: Students that have taken some Irish dance but have not mastered the reel, jig, and slip jig.

Advanced Beginner: Students that have mastered the reel, jig, and slip jig and are ready to start hard shoes.