Ronan Morgan has had a long and successful career as a dancer, starting at the young age of four. He qualified for the World Championships 8 times and won an impressive array of trophies and awards, most notably 2nd place in the Great Britain Irish Dancing Championships. In 1989 he was placed fifth in the World Championships.
Ronan has performed in front of audiences across the world in Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance, Colin Dunne and Jean Butler’s Dancing On Dangerous Ground and also toured extensively with the world renowned traditional Irish music group, The Chieftans. He’s had the privilege of performing in such prestigious venues as Radio City Music Hall in New York as well as the Royal Albert Hall and Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London. In 2000 he performed in the Royal Variety Performance in front of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Ronan now teaches and adjudicates full time. He resides in Taipei, Taiwan along with his wife and fellow teacher and adjudicator Yi-han Hsiao.