A look at the Silk Road Ensemble, which was formed by cellist Yo-Yo Ma and features musicians, composers and performing artists from more than 20 countries. The documentary spotlights a concert at the Tanglewood music venue in western Massachusetts as the group celebrates its 15th year together; and includes performances from the concert, interviews and behind-the-scenes moments.
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