of Irish Dance
The Greene-O'Leary School is registered with
An Coimisiun Le Rince Gaelacha,
the North American Irish Dancing Teachers Association, and
the New England Regional Irish Dancing Association.
June 3 - 4, 2022
Entries due May 15th
St. Theresa's hall is not Wheelchair accessible
Greene-O'Leary is the longest-running
Irish dancing school in New England.
The Greene School of Irish Dancing began in 1940 in Glasgow, Scotland, under the direction of Maureen Lynch Greene. In 1962, she relocated her school to Boston, where her daughter and granddaughters are still teaching today. Since then, our school has worked to promote Irish Culture through dance. Over the years, the school has attained many awards in regional, national, and world championship competitions, with two first place titles in the All-World Championships in Ireland, as well as other placements in World Competition.
In 2007, our founder, Maureen Greene, was presented the Gradam Award at the World Championships in Glasgow. The Gradam Award is presented to those who have spent a lifetime working diligently to safeguard and preserve An Rince Gaelacha and also to acknowledge and appreciate their contributions to An Coimisiun.
Three Generations of TCRG
Grainne O'Leary McManus
We have classes in Dedham, Needham, and Westwood, Massachusetts.
2018 World Qualifier
Congratulation's to our own Daniel Sullivan. He placed first at the New England Region Oireachtas in Hartford, CT.
Greene-O'Leary Dancers March 9, 2019
Dancing at the JFK Library in Boston, MA for a St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Entry fee must be paid at time of entry.
Unpaid entry will be deleted immediately.
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS WILL IN IN PLACE AND STRICTLY ENFORCED.
Please print your dance number card from feisweb.com and bring it to the feis.
Judges: Iris Gray Sharnick, Maura Gray, Sheila Stevens, Kerry Oster , Kathleen Flaherty and more to be announced. (TBA)