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You've been practicing hard all year to prepare for the big Irish dance competition.
I thought it would fun to put up some helpful information for all beginner dancers nervous about their first Irish Feis competition.
I've watched it happen a lot, and it always bothers me. Some Irish dancers can get a little arrogant once they reach Championship level.
If you're taking Irish dance classes from a certified school, chances are you already know your basic technique.
Whenever I tell someone new that I’m an Irish dancer, it’s always interesting to observe the kind of reaction I get.
Every Irish dancer who has experienced a small amount of success knows that the pressure to succeed again can be a little overwhelming.
An Oireachtas is different from a Feis. Dancers who win in open championships can come home without even a recall when they compete at an Oireachtas.
Every Irish dancer has strengths and weaknesses. Some dancers leap higher, some dancers never miss a beat and others are so light on their feet you wonder if they’re even touching the ground.
No matter what dance you're doing, no matter how good you are, here are 3 things you can do to impress any Irish dance Feis Adjudicator.