SPECIAL NEEDS

Ability Dance Camp

Special Needs Dancers join us May 7–June 11 for a 6 week dance camp! Click Here for Details & Registration

Beginner Classes

20% OFF

Dancers of all ages, learn to Irish dance and receive 20% off classes for 3 months. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS!

Irish Dance develops

COMPETITIVE SPIRIT

The Scariff School of Irish Dance is the premier Irish Dance school in Utah, home to Utah’s only 2016 World Championship-qualifying dancers.

Irish Dance Develops

CONFIDENCE

Scariff School dancers enhance stage presence & develop teamwork & self-esteem by performing at numerous events throughout the year.

Irish Dance Develops

CAMARADERIE

By dancing and training together, Scariff School dancers forge strong bonds to become great team mates & friends.

Thank You

LOCAL 140

Plumbers, Pipefitters, HVAC & R Union for sponsoring Scariff’s Choreography Team

Try a FREE Irish Dance Class! Call (801) 867-7388 for details!

We offer classes from beginner to championship level dancers from ages 3 and up, with adult and team dance classes. View Full Schedule

Scariff School dancers enjoy competing in local, national, and international dance competitions (feisanna). See Where We Compete

It’s St. Patrick’s Season! The Scariff School Dancers would be a festive and entertaining addition to any Gathering.  CLICK FOR DETAILS

ABOUT US

The Scariff School of Irish Dance offers Irish dance instruction for both competitive and recreational dancers. We offer classes for ages 3 through adult in all different skill levels. Our studios are conveniently located in Salt Lake City, Sandy and Centerville, Utah.

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the-bestLEARN FROM THE BEST

Alan Scariff, T.C.R.G., began his dancing career at the age of four at the O’Flaherty School of Irish Dancing in Galway, Ireland. He enjoyed huge success in his competitive years, winning first place at multiple World Irish Dance Championships, the Connachts and All Irelands. At the age of 16, he was invited to dance professionally. Before turning to teaching in 2011, Alan spent eight years with Riverdance, several of those as lead dancer and dance captain.