The Estonian embassy in Dublin and personal contacts between Estonia and Ireland played an integral part in the formation of the Estonian ladies’ folk dance group ‘Iirised’
Haaslava Male Voice Choir (established in 1923) is one of the oldest parish-based men’s choirs in Estonia.
“Estonian Folks” (EF) was founded by the London Estonian Society (LES) folk dance group and has brought together several Estonian folk dance groups.
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 European Estonians Choir (EEC) was established in the summer of 2007 at Sangaste Castle in the south of Estonia.
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.