Linđo Folklore Ensemble

Date created: 17.01.2024.
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Linđo Folklore Ensemble


Established in Dubrovnik in 1965, the Linđo Folklore Ensemble is a cultural institution under the auspices of the City of Dubrovnik. It was named after the favourite and best-known folk dance in the areas of Dubrovačko Primorje, Župa and Konavle. In addition to the Festival of St Blaise, the Dubrovnik dialect, the art of Konavle embroidery, the klapa singing, the Silent Circle Dance of Dalmatinska Zagora, the Bećarac dance, the Međimurska Popevka folk songs of Croatia, and many other Croatian cultural assets, the Linđo circle dance is included in the UNESCO. The Linđo Folklore Ensemble has won a large number of awards and recognitions. Since 1967, the Ensemble has been performing regularly at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.  Appearing extensively at home and abroad, the ensemble has been a successful promoter of the City of Dubrovnik and Croatia. The Linđo Folklore Ensemble has been a key part of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival since 1967 and their traditional performances, which showcase and honour the rich immaterial cultural heritage of Dubrovnik and Croatia, are always popular and well-received by both foreign and local audiences.




Photo (c) Nikša Raguž Lučić