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International Mugham Center of Mugham there was An evening timed to the 125th anniversary of famous accordionist Ahad Aliyev (1893-1942), better know as Kor Ahad (Blind Ahad).
The Accordionists & Teachers Guild is pleased to announce its 74th Annual Accordion Festival being held July 24-26, 2014, in Burlingame, Calif.
Currently, around 20 accordionists of varying standard attend regularly, from which the Cleveland Accordionaires are drawn | You can send pictures by |email to rememberwhen@eveninggazette.
In Eugene, Lelyukh will perform with his wife, Vlada, also an accomplished accordionist.
Mr Curran, said he was very pleased with how the accordionists, young and old, had worked together.
Along with two accordionists and eight dancers, the I'm A Celebrity star spent two hours filming and mingling with locals in Lurgashall.
The Performing Arts Service Adult Singing Group, featuring solos by Bella Martin-Williams, the Djembe African Drumming Group, two piano accordionists, a pianist and a flautist gave us an evening to remember.
The 17 performers taking part include fiddlers, accordionists, flautists and dancers from all parts of the Emerald Isle and many of them are All-Ireland Champions in their respective field.
Accordionists strolled amid stalls selling food to be paired with Muscadet, and French folk bands performed.
It was in our cultural attitudes,'' said Faithe Deffner, president of the American Accordionists Association.
At times the dancers move as a chorus of the damned, in sync and powerfully accompanied by the ten classical accordionists and two singers of Het Muziek Lod performing Dick Van der Harst's astonishing adaptation and deconstruction of Henry Purcell's music.
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival wants accordionists from across the region to appear at this year's festival, which runs November 19-28, in a piece called Big Squeeze, Long Stretch which if you think about it, sounds perfect for an accordion player.
But Marzano and his fellow accordionists consider it - and virtually every other piece of music ever written - perfect for their chosen instrument.
The mystery though is just where all these accordionists are coming from.
Organisers hope families will go along and are laying on entertainment including fiddlers, accordionists, face painters and a funfair.