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Duquesne University Tamburitzans

November 19, 2012

Travel with the world-renowned Tamburitzans on the road and behind-the-scenes. The "Tammies" have delighted audiences for over 75 years as they perform, preserve and perpetuate the cultural heritages of Eastern Europe and its neighbors. WQED explores the legacy of the country's longest-running live stage show, and one of the region's cultural gems.


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Travel with the world-renowned Tamburitzans on the road and behind-the-scenes. The "Tammies" have delighted audiences for over 75 years as they perform, preserve and perpetuate the cultural heritages of Eastern Europe and its neighbors. WQED explores the legacy of the country's longest-running live stage show, and one of the region's cultural gems.


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