Cormac became a T.C.R.G in 2006 and is director of O’Shea Irish Dance located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA. A skilled musician, he plays accordion for feiseanna across the US and Canada.
Born in Dublin into an Irish dancing family, his parents, Aine and Seamus O’Sé, raised him in the heart of Ireland’s dance, music, and cultural scene. Cormac placed at many World and All-Ireland Championships and won several World and All-Ireland Ceilis.
His professional career began in 1994 when he was chosen by Michael Flatley to be part of the team of dancers that stunned Europe in the original performance of Riverdance at the Eurovision Song Contest. Cormac toured and danced with Riverdance for six years, giving more than 2000 performances, across four continents to over two million people. He can be seen in the original film, Riverdance, The Show, in Riverdance at Radio City, Riverdance, A Journey and The Best of Riverdance.
Cormac inspires students to reach their highest potential; under his instruction students develop strength, stamina and drive. He has coached dancers to Regional, National, and World Championship competitive levels.