BYU International Folk Dance Ensemble

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The Brigham Young University International Folk Dancers are a Brigham Young University (BYU) performing group that performs folk dancers from many parts of the world. They have performed in many locations around the world including at the cultural festival held in connection with the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea.

The BYU Internal Folk Dancers were established in 1956 by Mary Bee Jensen. They made their first presentation at a festival in 1964, performing at an international folk dance festival held at Varde, Denmark.