Month: June 2012

New TapTronic video posted to YouTube

TapTronic posted a second astoundingly entertaining video to YouTube this morning.

Dancers Ciaran Plummer and Zach Klingenberg’s first Irish dance dubstep video amassed more than a half-million views on YouTube since being posted to YouTube two months ago.

I had the pleasure of interviewing Plummer and Klingenburg for IrishCentral in early May. It was the duo’s first official press interview as TapTronic.

This new video, posted below, is entitled “Cracks TapTronic Remix.” The song to which they dance is “Cracks,” remixed by Flux Pavilion.

The video was directed by Bojan Vanovac; audio production by Jared Hancock;  and the video was produced by Brian Doherty.


New show seeks male Irish dancers

Breandan De Gallai, original Riverdance cast member and respected creator-choreographer of Noctu, would like a few (more) good men to audition for his new show, “The Rite of Spring.”

From the official Noctu Facebook page:

Dear all,

I’m about to make my final decision around the casting of “The Rite of Spring”, but would still be interested in seeing more male dancers.
If you are interested and free for the summer periods listed below, or if you know anyone who might be a good candidate, contact me at I may have one final audition, and that would include those who have expressed interest already and/or have been auditioned already.

Dancers would have to base themselves in or near Dublin.

Those dates are …

June 22 – 26
July 16 – August 8
(These dates are not set in stone)