We’re moving to Bedford

We’re thrilled to announce that Rising Tide has leased its own studio! Starting in January 2020, all classes will be held at Rising Tide’s studio located at 325-3 Rocky Lake Drive in Bedford. [...]


SPD 2019 – check!

Another year of March madness has come and gone and the wait begins for another St. Patrick’s Day. Here’s what we got up to. March 2-5: We got to perform once again with Symphony Nova [...]


ICYMI: Winter series with Symphony Nova Scotia

As part of their winter series, New Scotland, Symphony Nova Scotia put on five shows themed around Celtic music. We had the pleasure of joining the symphony, along with Shannon Quinn, to bring [...]


An Irish dancer’s Christmas wish list

It’s December and for many people that means it’s time to do Christmas shopping. We’ve put together some Irish dance specific gift ideas. Add your own in the comments. Merry [...]


The Celtic Arts

“Celtic culture has played an immense part in the world of music and dance. Its rich traditions are passed down from generation to generation, and it is important to preserve and celebrate [...]


Practicing at home – a not-so-secret, secret to sucess

When I was a kid, I HATED practicing at home. Whether for piano, violin or Irish dance, I avoided at home practice as best I could. It was hard, and there was a time where I had to practice in [...]


Fundy Feis weekend 2018

For most people, the long weekend in August is a celebration of our city. While there is some of that for Irish dancers too, it also represents our big weekend of dance each year. This year we [...]


Inaugural Tide Pride Award

At Rising Tide, we work hard to create a fun, spirited and supportive community for everyone at Rising Tide. Each year our coaches sign codes of conduct, and we ask our dancers to do the same. We [...]

Contact Us

Have a question or comment? Leave your message here!

Not readable? Change text. captcha txt