© Eleanora Alberto

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

Performances

March 28, 2020

Joan Grauman's review of Vignettes:  Short Pieces for Accordion on www.accordions.com

March 27, 2020

Release of "VIGNETTES:  Short Pieces for Accordion," a book of 24 original compositions available as either hard copy or PDF files and supplemental digital CD containing recordings of all the pieces.

Vignettes Hard Copy of book plus digital download of recordings

Vignettes Bonus Recordings + PDF Book of Scores

Sept. 1, 2018

Memorial Service for Senator John McCain.

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

Washington National Cathedral, D.C.

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.

© Liora Codor