The Tamburitzans – America’s Premier International Music & Dance Group – Bring New Show back to Cleveland

The longest-running live stage show in the United States set to perform at the Breen Center at St Ignatius on April 28th

The Tamburitzans have delivered exciting live song and dance for more than 80 years.

A vibrant new performance showcases songs, dances, and costumes of international cultures.  On Sunday April 28th, the world-renowned ensemble will bring their show to the Breen Center at St Ignatius beginning at 3:00pm.

The music, song and dance of over a dozen countries will take their audience on a journey to another place, another time, to feel, hear and see the cultures of Armenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Ireland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Latin Caribbean, and Ukraine.

Much like their home city of Pittsburgh, The Tamburitzans are rich in cultural diversity and represent the longest-running live stage show in the United States.  Bringing a wealth of performing experience to the stage, the ensemble features 29 talented young artists from all corners of the United States, Canada and Europe who are enrolled in Pittsburgh-area colleges. In addition to promoting cultural awareness through an entertaining performance, the Tamburitzans encourage academic achievement by granting scholarships to its deserving performers.

Tickets are $20 for reserved seating.  Tickets can be purchased online (where a transaction fee is charged) at or offline by calling 440-461-3541.  There is no transaction fee for tickets purchased offline via phone.

Parking at the Breen Center is free.  Please be aware that the Breen Center has very limited wheelchair seating.

About The Tamburitzans

Since its inception in 1937, the company’s dazzling repertoire has reflected the traditions and influences of more than 100 nationalities. The group has performed in 48 states and 15 countries at iconic locations like Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center and Disney World. Led by Artistic Director George Kresovich, The Tamburitzans organization is supported by the Pittsburgh International Folk Arts Institute (PIFAI), a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

For more information, visit   Please also see this short video to get a taste of the Tamburitzans show: