Step Dancing All Year Round
Sean-nos workshop with Emma O'Sullivan
Sean-nós is an improvised, low-to-the-ground, percussive form of Irish dance. Originating in Connemara in the west of Ireland, it's one of Ireland's oldest and most joyful dance forms. In sean-nós, the dancer interprets the music with their feet, and there is room for each dancer to be an individual. In this workshop, we'll learn a repertoire of reel steps, and work on improvising with these steps.
This workshop is for all levels, and is beginner-friendly! If intermediate or experienced sean-nós dancers attend, we'll also work on more advanced material. For footwear, low-heeled leather-bottomed shoes are best.
Set Dancing for Adults
Dates: Every Monday throughout the year (except Holidays).
Fee: $5 donation at the door
Ages: Adults (16 & up)
Instructor: Cait Bracken
Description & Times:
Set dancing is a form of social dancing which has been popular in Ireland for over 150 years. Sets are danced by four couples in a square.
No previous dancing experience or partner required!
Registration: No registration required for this class.
Questions: Please call ICC at 781-821-8291