Lee Irish Dance


Lee Irish Dance

Autumn Harvest Feis
Saturday, September 28, 2019
GB & Lexi Singh Performance Center
60 Douglas Road
Whitinsville, MA



Registration will open on August 1, 2019

​All non-set dances are 32 bars, unless otherwise noted.

We are members of Rince Tua Nua, an Open Platform organization, and run all competitions according to Rince Tua Nua's Rules.  www.rtnirishdance.com

Feiseanna do not have an 8 bar wait in between solo dancers.

A dancer's age is the age they will be on the day of the feis.

Please visit the RTN website if you need more information.

 

Levels:

Tir na nOg: Through competitive age 6.

Reel (124) - 16 bars
Light Jig (116) - 16 bars

Beginner (will be counted in)

Reel (124)
Light Jig (116)
Slip Jig (124)
Single Jig (124)
Treble Jig (92) - 16 bars

Intermediate (counted in up through age 10)

Reel (113)
Light Jig (116)
Slip Jig (113)
Single Jig (120) 
Treble Jig (92)
Hornpipe (138)
St Patrick's Day (94) (Step 1 Right & Left, Set 1 Right Foot only)
   
Novice

Reel (113)
Slip Jig (113)
Novice Single Jig (120)
Treble Jig (73)
Hornpipe (113)
Trad Sets:  Blackbird (144) (Step 1 Right & Left, Set 1 Right Foot only) or Jockey to the Fair (92) 

 Prizewinner

Reel (113)
Slip Jig (113)
Novice Single Jig (120)
Treble Jig (73)
Hornpipe (113)
Trad Sets: Three Sea Captains (96), Job of the Journeywork (138)

Champion

Event – Reel (40 bars), Hornpipe,  non-trad Jig set
Reel (113) - 40 bars
Slip Jig (113)
Treble Jig (73)
Hornpipe (113)
Trad Set:  Garden of Daisies (138)

 Group Dances

 Figure Dances
2 & 3 Hand Reels (113). 48 bars of dancing.

Ceilis
4, 6 or 8 Hand Ceili dances

Freestyle
Small & Large Group Freestyle

 
Student Choreography Event:

16 bars, any type of hard shoe or soft shoe dance, including treble reel, 2nd 8 count may repeat first 8 count, done on left side, or the 16 count may be continuous choreography without repeating 1st 8 count on left. Teachers may guide students to help them make sure the step is long enough, etc. but may not write the step for them. Dancers may not use their school’s choreography.