Christina Ryan-Kilcoyne, TCRG, ADCRG
Christina Ryan-Kilcoyne, a native of Miltown Malbay in County Clare, Ireland, came to the United States in 1988. She settled in Churchville and founded the Ryan-Kilcoyne School of Irish Dancing, offering classes at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Richboro, PA. From this modest beginning, the Ryan-Kilcoyne School has expanded to Newtown, PA and Bel Air, MD and offers outstanding instruction in Irish dancing from the beginner to the championship level.
Ryan-Kilcoyne, whose students perform and compete at the local, regional, national and international levels, is well known as an accomplished and caring teacher. She holds both teaching and adjudication qualifications from An Coimisiun le Rince Gaelaca, in Dublin, Ireland and is currently registered with that organization. She is also an active member of the Irish Dance Teachers of North America, Mid-Atlantic Region, and Southern Region..
The students of the Ryan-Kilcoyne School of Irish Dancing perform at many local and regional Irish festivals, parades and cultural events. For additional information on the school or performances, please contact Christina Ryan-Kilcoyne at 215-364-4871 or at email@example.com.
Molly Curran-Burns, TCRG
After 4 years of ballet and jazz, Molly began Irish Dancing at the age of 8. She instantly fell in love with the dynamic and challenging aspects of the cultural art form. Through hard work, dedication, and passion, Molly has competed and placed in several international competitions including the prestigious World Irish Dancing Championships, the North American Irish Dancing Championships, and All-Ireland Dancing Championships. She represented the Mid-Atlantic Region as a 7-Time World Qualifier.
Aside from competition, Molly has had the opportunity to perform in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kimmel Center along with notable Irish musicians including The Cheiftans, Cherish the Ladies, Anthony Kearns, Eileen Ivers, and James Patterson to name a few.
Molly looks forward to teaching and sharing her excitement and enthusiasm of Irish Dance with children of all ages. She hopes that her students will have the chance to enjoy the benefits of friendship, fitness, and fun! If you have any questions, feel free to contact Molly at 215-669-2853 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.