This is a follow-on workshop from yesterday’s Come&Try. Sean-nós dancing is a traditional form of Irish dance originating in Connemara. Typically performed solo, this style is unique with its low to the ground steps, relaxed upper body and improvisational character. Aneta Dortová’s dancing is a mixture of steps from various styles of percussive dance all based around sean-nós steps. Come and learn some new footwork guaranteed to be enjoyed by people of all ages! Hard-soled shoes are preferable but not compulsory.
Suitable for adults and children over 12, unless otherwise stated.
The Celtic Connections programme of workshops is designed to inspire people of all ability levels to get involved in traditional music. Please book early to avoid disappointment, as numbers are limited.
The rough guide to ability levels:
Come&Try: if you have always wanted to have a go but have never had the chance or the confidence. Instruments will be provided.
Beginners: those who have just started learning an instrument and who know the basics.
Improvers/Players: if you have been playing for over a year and are ready for the next level. Please bring your instrument with you.
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