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The BYU International Folk Dance Ensemble will present a 90-minute voyage of dance and music through the heartbeat of the world’s cultures at the Covey Center of the Arts, Mar. 31 at 7:30 pm. The program features Irish hard shoe, American clogging, Ukranikan Hopak, exotic dances from Indian, and many more.

The experience of furious footwork, pulsing rhythms, live music, and authentic costumes will leave you with a special kind of wanderlust. Throw off the bowlines and catch the wind in your sails as our companion on this Journey through a world of dance and music.

Get your tickets HERE. (Tickets are almost sold out.)

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