The intention behind the production of the Ar Rinci Ceili 2014 hand book and DVD was to give clarity as to how these
Once a teacher has passed their T.C.R.G. examination and has registered with CLRG they can then register with RCCEA. All active teachers, both resident or non resident, operating in our region are encouraged to join. It must be noted that if teachers wish to enter dancers at our annual Oireachtas - World Qualifiers, they must be registered. You can always contact your Regional representative for help or advice on how to get started.
CLRG Irish dance schools are now to be found in most areas of Europe, Russia, Asia and the Middle East. The purpose of this website is to assist anyone wishing to join a CLRG registered school in the above mentioned region. New pupils are always welcome, as the main goal of CLRG is to promote and develop Irish dancing and its wider culture, especially its language and music. Please check the Teachers and Schools section to find a school closest to you.
Dancers past and present from Continental Europe, Asia, South Africa and South America are invited to help tell us tell the story of our regions at the World Irish Dancing Championships to be featured as part of the 'An Re Orga' Archive Village at the 50th Anniversary of the event next year.
We are currently seeking submissions from dancers and teachers across these regions that assist in documenting our history at the World Championships. This can be in the form of photographs, stories, items of significance such as costumes, shoes, prizes or other memorabilia and videos. For more information on what we are looking for and how to submit any items click the link for full information. Please note at this stage only photos of items of interest are requested.
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS THURSDAY OCTOBER 17, 2019.