Register now for fall 2017 classes with Irish Dance Las Vegas today! Our fall session begins September 1st. Learn the tradition and culture of Ireland through dancing. It’s something the whole family can enjoy.
When you join Scoil Rince Ni Riada Irish Dance: Las Vegas, you become part of our family. To find out more about our school, classes, and any other information,
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Our Summerlin Class schedule is listed below:
3:30-5:00pm – Championship
5:00-6:00pm – Ceili and Performance 6:00-6:15pm – Fit4dance stretch and fitness
6:00-7:45pm – Novice-Prizewinner
It will be hot in Las Vegas, but not so hot-well, to us who live here, so make sure you drink plenty of water. Don’t forget that you need to have a car here. Uber works well but our hall is approximately 40 minutes from the airport. Check out our website and our social media pages for ideas of things to do around Las Vegas. This city is so much more than “sin city” and “the strip.” We have fabulous food, sites and sounds all over, and just outside, the city.
We are so looking forward to hosting you all again. We think you will have such a great time here. And best of luck to all the competitors. May the odds be in your favor. 🙂
We are registering for our fall dance classes with Scoil Rince Ni Riada Irish Dance: Las Vegas.
We are currently registering for our Baby Steps Class, as well as for our two beginner level classes. Our current students have been placed into their upper level classes already. If you are still unsure of where your dancer should be placed, please don’t be hesitant in contacting the school to get it sorted.
Our Baby Steps class is for our younger dancers, from 3 1/2 up to 6 years old. Our beginner class is for dancers 5-up. Depending on the age of your dancer, we will start them in one of these two classes at their trial class, and then determine which class placement is most beneficial for them to learn most effectively.
Our Summerlin classes have spots open for future dancers.
Our Henderson class is filling up, so if you want your dancer at that location, we only have a couple of spots left.
Irish dancing is cultural. It’s modest. It teaches so many lessons and helps your child be more disciplined and productive. It’s social. It’s fun. Check us out today. You will love it, and your future dancer will have the best time.
We’re three weeks out from the big day and we’re going a little nuts making sure we have covered all of our bases. We did a site visit at the high school last week and we couldn’t have landed a more perfect spot. The layout is super convenient and spacious and the scenery around the school kind of makes you forget that you are in Las Vegas.
We have had a more normal “springtime” this year and, as of our visit last week, there was still a bunch of snow on Mt. Charleston. In fact, we had just gotten a lot of rain in the valley so the mountain got the snow. We’re hoping that, because the weather has been so mild, that we won’t have too hot of a weekend when everyone is here for the feis.
Our medals arrived yesterday. They are amazing! Our feis chair and designer did an incredible job. We showed them to our dancers yesterday and they all said they better step it into high gear so they can earn a few at the feis. If that’s not an endorsement, i don’t know what is.
This is our first year, and we know to expect a few bumps here and there. But we’re really excited. We hope that all of you really enjoy the day.
We are finalizing our food trucks for the day. Once those contracts have been signed, we will put out the name with tentative menus. Already confirmed is Sambalatte. They will be inside at the concessions selling coffee and tea on the day. They won’t have their whole menu available but should be able to satisfy your cravings.
We want to give the Cleary School of Irish Dance a big shout out for lending us stages and other supplies, as well as support, to help us make this first feis a reality.
The Christine O’Riada special is in honor of my mum. Most that know her or of her know that she made Irish dancing what it is in Kansas City and was a staple in the Irish community there. But before she ever found her way to Kansas City, she came over to America as a dancer with the Brendan Boyer Royal Show Band and actually spent a great deal of time in Las Vegas performing.
It didn’t matter how many dancers she had for a show, she knew how to put an entertaining show together. She was well known for it, and I believe that the four students of hers that became TCRGs, as well as others who have since formed or performed in Irish dance companies, have all followed in her footsteps. She wasn’t just good at coming up with crowd pleasing routines herself, she was excellent in encouraging her students to be a part of the process. Growing up, we didn’t have enough in any age group to do figure choreographies at the major competitions and we always wished we could compete some of our really fun performance numbers.
So here is the chance to do so. We have dancers coming from 40 different schools from the US and Canada and many of the schools have multiple dancers attending. The team special has no age restrictions and is changing to 3 and more dancers(instead of 4+).
It can be a dance that the dancers themselves made up specifically for this competition, but can also be teacher choreographed specifically for this competition, as well as a number that you do at performances around your area that you wish you had the opportunity to compete but can’t because you don’t have enough in the age group or it doesn’t fit with the competition rules.
Remember, this is a TEAM event. DO have some sort(s) of pattern(s), and interact with your teammates.
A Capella’s are great. Want hard and soft shoes in the number at the same time? Do it! Staying in either hard or light shoes are good, too. Have fun with this. Read the syllabus for more details on the competition itself or contact us if you have any questions.
Albertson’s Grocery is sponsoring our perpetual trophy and the winner will have their school name engraved on the trophy. The winner’s school gets to display the trophy for the year at their studio and then bring it back next year for the chance to win it again!
This is our main special and we would really love to make it our best and most prestigious award. Help us to make it an awesome event.
The last couple of months have been very busy and exciting! In April, we moved closer to town to Well Rounded Momma for our Friday Henderson Class. Our beginner class is now at capacity! We love the space. It’s going back to my roots, not being in a dance studio with mirrors and bars, and I feel like my little loves are improving faster because they have to dance based on feel!
Our Saturday Summerlin Class has grown in the last month and, while not at capacity, we are very close. The class has quite a few little boys in it, making it even livelier than it already was.
We have been accepting dancers as young as 3 lately, and we usually test them out to see if they can handle our 45 minute class. We’ve been quite lucky lately, and it has led Nicole and myself to entertain a Tiny Dancer class in the fall. We may test it out in July.
Our more advanced classes have been working hard on technique and steps and it’s been a joy to see them all improve.
The Silver State Feis (the competition we are hosting on June 11) is rapidly approaching and we could not be more nervous and excited for it. We hope that everyone loves it.
Because of the feis, we are holding off on our annual end of year showcase until we come back in the fall. We want to put on an amazing show and want to make sure we put the time and the effort into it.