The event brings together Estonian choirs and folk dance groups from 15 European countries to the city of Leicester in the Midlands. The programme of performances will take the audience on a musical journey through the last 100 years of Estonian history.
Check out what our performers from 15 different countries across the Europe had to say
IES TULEVIK was formed in 1974 by a group of second-generation Estonians living in Britain with one purpose – to promote and preserve the Estonian language and culture.
“Laiali” has already performed in Belgium, Holland, Estonia and Germany, and next is Leicester!
The Estonian Ladies Chamber Choir in London was established in March 2017 by their conductor Reet Kromel-Williams.
“Tuuletütred” (Daughters of the Wind) is an Estonian dance group based in Holland, which was established in 2012.
The band, ÖÖ (“Night”), have come together from far and wide to produce a repertoire inspired by folk and cultural experiences spanning several generations.
The main attraction of the 7th of September is the internationally known bluegrass band ‘Curly Strings’ all the way from Estonia.
Virvel, established in 2013, is the latest Estonian folk dance group to come out of Stockholm!
Although our authentic Estonian costumes are designed to be attractive and eye catching, we like to make our audience think a little and we also hope to encourage them to dance.