Sport Facilities

Irish Dance

At the end of the 90s, the Irish dance wave spilled over into mainland Europe with "Riverdance" and Michael Flatley's "Lord of the Dance" and already has many enthusiastic followers.

In Irish dancing there are softshoe dances, which are danced in soft shoes, similar to gymnastic shoes, here the focus is on jumps, turns and various step combinations. Hardshoe dances, which are danced in a kind of tap shoe, are about fast feet and the right rhythm. A lot of fun is provided by the ceilis, which are traditional Irish group dances whose simple step sequences are familiar to many Irish dancers, so that you quickly have common ground with dancers from all over the world.

This group is for beginners who want to learn the basic steps of Irish dancing and also for advanced dancers who want to try more complicated steps. Comfortable clothing and flexible sports or gymnastic shoes are sufficient for beginners.

For questions:

tanzen(at)hochschulsport.uni-kl.de

 

Training time (no registration required):

Thursday17:00-19:00Unisporthalle 3with Katharina, Vasil und Lena

 

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