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Singer, dancer, and master of the flute and other Tibetan instruments, Penpa Tsering performs traditional and original Central Asian music. Singer, dancer, and master of the flute and other Tibetan instruments, Penpa Tsering performs traditional and original Central Asian music. (Leo Kulinski)
By Stephanie Schorow
Globe Correspondent / July 24, 2008

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On a frigid winter day about four years ago, Tibetan singer and musician Penpa Tsering was walking along the frozen waters of Walden Pond in Concord, practicing his throat singing. (Full article: 857 words)

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