Duncan Studio of Celtic Dancing

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venue 111 Komari Ave,
Paulshof Ext 10
Paulshof Sandton Johannesburg
time Monday to Friday - Afternoons and Evenings
Saturday Mornings
cost Dependant on level and number of lessons attended
age From 4 years - All ages

Covid-19 Update:

During this lockdown period, tuition continues online via Zoom with the teaching schedule set up in “class groups” for optimum efficiency and productivity. Smaller groups focus more specifically on particular steps and dances. The aim is for dancing to continue positively and time-efficiently for ongoing progress, fitness and friendships.

Following lockdown, daily classes will resume in Paulshof to strict COVID-19 protocols, in our specially appointed, sprung-wooden floor studio.

Aside from exams and competition work, dancers are encouraged to participate in various displays and community activities. The Duncan Studio has an active senior exhibition troupe who performs extensively for various functions and corporate events.

Irish and Scottish Dancing

The Duncan Studio of Celtic Dancing was formed by Sue Theron over three decades ago. Irish and Highland (Scottish) dancing is taught by Sue and Bernard van der Kuil, to all ages and genders from beginners to advanced.

Teachers’ qualifications and backgrounds

Sue Theron founded the Irish Dancing Association of South Africa in 1998 and holds the following dancing qualifications:
* Member SDTA (Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance, Glasgow)
* TCRG (An Comisiún le Rincí Gaelacha, Dublin)
* An ADCRG (the international adjudicators qualification) and the first and only Irish teacher in South Africa (and indeed Africa) to hold this qualification.

Bernard competed under Sue's guidance for many years achieving great success at major international competitions including:
* The All Scotland Championships
* The All Ireland Championships and
* The World Irish Dance Championships.
He went on to acquire his teaching qualification (TCRG with An Comisiún le Rincí Gaelacha) in Dublin in 2015.
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