Murray School of Irish Dancing
503-239-3756
email: soidancing at qwestoffice dot net

  

Murray

School 

Of 

Irish 

Dancing  

Portland, 

Oregon 

USA  


 

 

 

Book A Performance

 

Portland's Top Irish Dance Performance Troupe Available For Public, Private, Corporate Events, Weddings & Holiday Parties

 

We Provide Irish Music and Dancing for Performances.  Instruction And Calling For Ceilis, Workshops & Demonstrations.

 

Performances Can Be Tailored To You Event

Contact Us For Pricing And Availability

503-239-3756

or

Soidancing at Qwestoffice.net

In addition to performances at local elementary and high schools, festivals, fund-raising events, private parties, weddings, grand openings and community centers, The Murray Irish Dancers have shared the stage with such famous performers as:

  • We Banjo Three
  • Dervish
  • Solas
  • Molly's Revenge
  • Carlos Nunez
  • The Chieftains
  • The Trinity Irish Dance Company
  • The Eileen Eivers Band
  • Natalie MacMaster
  • Men Of Worth
  • The Aurora Chorus
  • The Oregon Symphony
  • Magical Strings

The Murray Irish Dancers Have Also Performed for:

  • Mary Robinson, President of Ireland
  • Kells Irish Festival
  • Newport Celtic Festival
  • Eugene Irish Festival
  • Yachats Celtic Festival
  • The Portland Rose Festival
  • Martin Luther King Jr Day Celebrations
  • Pioneer Courthouse Square Summer Concert Series
  • Joseph Oregon’s Oktoberfest Celebration
  • The Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra’s “Isle of Melody” Concert
  • Holiday Take Flight at The Portland Airport

Under the guidance of the Troupe’s founder, Geraldine Murray, TCRG, the Murray Irish Dancers enjoy a stellar reputation for providing professional and entertaining performances throughout the Portland metropolitan area, Oregon, southwest Washington, Idaho and northern California.

Appearing regularly on local TV shows, the Troupe has been the subject of local news features in The Oregonian, The Columbian, Portland Living Magazine and the West Linn Tidings. The Troupe is in high demand around St. Patrick’s Day and appears in a number of local folk and ethnic music festivals each year.

The Troupe, well known for its high-energy performances and vividly attractive costumes, never fails to engage its audience, whether young or old. Every performance is marked by toe tapping, foot stomping and hand-clapping in the spirit of Irish culture, music and tradition.