O’Hare School of Irish Dance
After an unparalleled competitive career, Tim O’Hare (T.C.R.G., A.D.C.R.G.) started the O’Hare School of Irish Dance in Plymouth, Michigan in 1979. Along with numerous Regional and National Championships, he was the first North American dancer to win two World Championships. In 1984 he opened schools in Cleveland and Akron Ohio. In 1996, he further expanded his school to Chicago.
Michael Belvitch is a T.C.R.G. who started dancing at the age of 8 and placed first at six consecutive Mid-America and two North American Championships. He also won the All-Ireland Championships and back-to-back World Championships. Michael toured with Riverdance for three years and appeared on Dancing with the Stars.
The O’Hare School of Irish Dance performs throughout Chicago at festivals and celebrations and has appeared on ABC7, WBBM TV and many others.
The O’Hare School of Irish Dance performs on Sunday, July 8 at 4:30pm in the Auditorium.