• Sydney "Virmalised"
  • Melbourne “Eideratted”
  • Melbourne “Sügislilled”
  • Adelaide "Vikerkaar"

Virmalised (Northern Lights–Estonian Folk Dancers) is Sydney’s premier Estonian Folk Dance Group, that works in concert with the Sydney Estonian Community to provide a contemporary expression of Estonian culture and traditions in the context of multiculturalism in Australia.

The foundation for “Virmalised” was laid in folk dance performances dating back to 1934, with the name “Virmalised” being adopted by the Group in 1969.

Schedule at Sydney Events Calendar

Practice at Estonian House 2 x month

Contact Megan Kiviväli 9484 1290

Schedule at Melbourne Events Calendar

Second Saturday of each month

Schedule at Melbourne Events Calendar

Vikerkaar is Adelaide’s Estonian Folkloric group. It means ‘rainbow’ which references the beautiful rainbow of colours on the ladies’ folk dancing skirts.

The group regularly performs throughout the year at Adelaide Estonian community functions as well as participates in a number of South Australian Baltic and multicultural events.

Age is no restriction for folk dancing! Our current age range is 7 years to ‘60-something,’ however depending on numbers we also have a special children’s group that can incorporate children as young as toddlers.

No experience necessary!

Check out the original Vikerkaar Constitution

When: Practices occur weekly on Sundays | 5:30pm

Where: Eesti Maja – Estonian House | 200 Jeffcott St | North Adelaide

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Schedule at Adelaide Events Calendar