Come back soon to learn more about Heather Jolley!
I am very excited to be part of the 2018 USIR judging panel!
Come back soon to learn more about Natalie Quick!
Come back soon to learn more about Sandra Lees!
Mary Ann MacCreadie
Come back soon to learn more about Mary Ann MacCreadie!
Come back soon to learn more about Betty Sutherland!
Pipers & Musicians
Daniel Carr began dancing at the age of three with the Sheila Milne School of Dance in Owen Sound, Ontario. Daniel received world class training in highland dance from Mrs. Milne as well as ballet, modern, jazz, tap and musical theatre from top instructors that came from all over the world to teach at Sheila’s dance studio. Some highlights of his Highland Dancing career included winning the Ontario, Canadian and World championships. Daniel is now the director of dancing at the College of Piping in Summerside, PEI, and has enjoyed conducting workshops throughout North America and Scotland.
Aside from dancing, Daniel studied bagpipes under Ed Neigh of Waterloo, Ontario. He competes and sometimes wins prizes in the professional grade in solo piping and has traveled throughout Canada, US, and Scotland to play for highland dancing events. In 2011, Daniel also started playing pipes and dancing in a Celtic band called the Reel Celts along with Nonie Crete, Eugene Rea and other talented musicians.
Daniel is extremely excited to play for the USIR this year held in beautiful Gettysburg, PA. Good luck to all the dancers competing!!
Come back soon to learn more about Brian Green!
The Reel Celts
In Scotland, it is quite common to have Celtic instruments aside from the Great Highland bagpipe play for highland dancing competitions. TheReel Celts have experience playing for dancing competitions including the Premiership at the 2015 Scotdance Canada Championship Series in London, Ontario. Looking forward to provide great music for the dancers in Gettysburg in 2018!!