IES TULEVIK – England

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.

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“Laiali” Estonian Ladies Folk Dance Group – Luxembourg

“Laiali” has already performed in Belgium, Holland, Estonia and Germany, and next is Leicester!

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The Estonian Ladies Chamber Choir in London

The Estonian Ladies Chamber Choir in London was established in March 2017 by their conductor Reet Kromel-Williams.

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“Tuuletütred” (Daughters of the Wind) – Holland

“Tuuletütred” (Daughters of the Wind) is an Estonian dance group based in Holland, which was established in 2012.

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“ÖÖ” (Night) – London

The band, ÖÖ (“Night”), have come together from far and wide to produce a repertoire inspired by folk and cultural experiences spanning several generations.

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Curly Strings – Estonia

The main attraction of the 7th of September is the internationally known bluegrass band ‘Curly Strings’ all the way from Estonia.

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“Virvel” Estonian National Dance Group – Sweden

Virvel, established in 2013, is the latest Estonian folk dance group to come out of Stockholm!

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“The Trondheim Trolls” – Norway

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.

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“Siller” Mixed Voice Choir – Finland

Siller mixed voice choir was established in 2007 and has grown from its original size of 5 singers to 36 in the last 10 years!

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