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Guy Klucevsek is one of the world’s most versatile and highly-respected accordionists.

This outstanding composer, accordion virtuoso, and improvisor has been a major contributor to the accordion renaissance of the last 25 years. His music reverberates with sounds of the ballroom, the beer garden and the concert hall, fusing elements of regional accordion styles with jazz and avant-garde music.

Forget everything you thought you knew about the accordion.

The Seattle Weekly


Oct. 12, 2017

Guy Child Photo, Front Porch, Saddle Brook, NJ

To all my friends and fans:  I am going to be taking an indefinite leave-of-absence from performing to focus on composing, recording, editing my scores for those who may be interested in performing the pieces now or in the future, and archiving my materials which will be included in the NYU Library/Fales Collection;  oh, and to take some time to "smell the roses" with my lovely wife, Jan.

I may pop-up now-and-then to do something, as the spirit moves, but I no longer intend to focus on a career as a performer.

Thanks for all your support!

Best wishes,


Dec. 21

BROOKLYN, NY, Mis-en Place

Ghost Ensemble performs "Tesknota"

678 Hart St, Brooklyn, NY 11221 (Bushwick)

Nov. 10, 9:30 PM Joe's Pub, NYC

with Jamie Leonhart, singer/song-writer

Joe's Pub, NYC


Sept. 1, 2018

Memorial Service for Senator John McCain.

Performing "Danny Boy" with Renée Fleming and the Diderot Qt.

Washington National Cathedral, D.C.

June 23, Saturday, 2 PM


Relâche 40th Anniversary Concert

Guy will perform two of his solo compositions, "The Swan and the Vulture," and "Little Big Top," and Ron Stabinsky will play Guy's piano piece, "Haywire Rag (A Waltz), on keyboard.

June 30, 2018, 8 PM


PS21 Theater Opening Night Celebration and Revue

Guy will perform several solos


March 1, 2018

Sheet music for the oldest composition in my catalogue, "Variations on an Aeolian Theme," is now available. You can find a sample on the "Sheet Music for Guy's tunes" page of this web site.

The piece uses both stradella and free bass, and illustrates that my love of theme-and-variations form was there right from the get-go.