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The center for Irish culture and education in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh's Center for Irish Culture and Education

ICOP 2017 Membership Form

The 42nd Pittsburgh Halloween Feis - Registration Open

Saturday September 23, 2017

Halloween Costumes may be worn

Adjudicators 42nd Pittsburgh Halloween Feis

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NEW - The 1st Annual Pittsburgh Fall Feis - Registration Open

Sunday September 24, 2017

Halloween Costumes may be worn

Adjudicators 1st Pittsburgh Fall Feis

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The Pittsburgh Winter Feis (2 Day Feis) - Registration Open

Friday December 29 and Saturday December 30, 2017

PC/OC Friday

All other comps Saturday

Adjudicators Pittsburgh Winter Feis

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Grade Exams 1-9 at Pittsburgh Winter Feis - Kerry Kelly Oster Judging

Grades Exams Rules

Please mail your info (Name, DOB, Dance School, Exams you would like to take, Day (Thursday or Friday night), Cell phone Number you can be reached at on the day of the exam, address, email), with your check for the fees to Mailing Address.  Checks should be made payable to "Irish centre of Pittsburgh"


Questions contact:


North American Feis Music Speeds Beginning January 2017


Mid America Syllabus 2017

There are no separate Boys competitions offered for the  Pittsburgh Feisanna

as per the New standard Mid-America syllabus. 



The Irish Centre Seisiún

Free Open Tunes Session for anyone who plays Irish Traditional Music.

Friday August 11, 2017 @7pm

7-8 pm Beginners learn the tunes

8pm - 10pm All Levels Session

Irish Traditional Music Sessions are mostly gatherings at which people play Irish traditional music. 

The Irish language word for "session" is seisiún



Classes in the Irish Language

The class provides a great environment for learning the language, picking up conversation pieces and above all an outlet to use what you know. A primary goal of the class is to make Irish a living breathing language. Every week, the students get to practice their Irish in real conversations with each other where making mistakes is OK. Our aim is to balance an understanding of the mechanics and history of the language with the development of Irish as a functional language among the group.


Beginner Class Saturdays 1pm

Advanced Beginner Class Thursdays 6pm

Cost $10 per class


For more info on our Irish language offerings, email:

Foghlaim Gaeilge a labhairt le grúpa mór de dhaoine!