2024 Reports

Report information will be added to the page as we receive details.
Please register and send information about 2024 World Accordion Day activies to:
Harley Jones, CIA Public Relations
Email: harleyjones.nz@yahoo.com

Australia Austria Canada Czech Republic
Netherlands New Zealand North Macedonia Russia
Slovenia South Africa UK USA


Date: Saturday 4 May, 12 - 3 pm
Venue: Open Studio Northcote, Melbourne
Contact: The Accordion Society of Australia invites everyone to join them on Saturday May 4 to celebrate the 195th birthday of our beloved instrument.

Performances by Prahran Accordion Band, ASAVO and students as well as this years featured accordionist Dave Evans.

Entry is free and you are invited to bring your accordion. There will be a chalk board event if you want to come and play.

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Brothers Celebrate World Accordion Day


Cheryle Mills from the Accordion Society of Australia included an item in their latest newsletter about brothers Ben (9 years old) and Harvey (7 years old), who posed outside with their accordions for a photo to celebrate World Accordion Day (WAD).

Their older brother Jack (11 years old) wanted to try an accordion so the boys gave him a quick lesson! Now he can add learning to play the accordion to his other instruments - flute for 4 years, guitar for 2 years and recorder.

All three boys practise daily on their 'instrument of choice' helping each other, playing tunes together and learning different skills. They're all involved also in soccer and love the night training for their Saturday matches. Busy boys!


Date: May 9th to 12th, 2024
Venue: 13th Harmonica World Championships and the Austrian National Championships 2024
Außervillgraten, East Tyrol
Contact: The Harmonikaverband Österreichs (HVÖ) President Werner Weibert:
Information provided by Dr Herbert Scheibenreif:

Download the event program: 2024HVO.pdf


The Harmonikaverband Österreichs (HVÖ) will hold the 13th Harmonica World Championships and the Austrian National Championships 2024 in Außervillgraten, East Tyrol, Austria from May 9th to 12th, 2024.


Picture above is HVÖ President Werner Weibert.
This year’s event is dedicated to World Accordion Day and also celebrates the 25th anniversary of this event and the 70th anniversary of the HVÖ Austria.


Date: May 6, 2024
Venue: Mayfair Shopping Centre, Victoria, BC.
Contact: Angela Williams Email: aiwillia@shaw.ca

The Victoria Accordion Club Band created a "flashmob" at the Mayfair Shopping Centre in Victoria, BC Canada. Mall Management were so very supportive, and the audience (pretty sure we surprised them) loved it. Here's a video of our performance.

Video: VAC Flashmob! Mayfair Shopping Centre - World Accordion Day May 6 2024

We had so much fun creating this "flashmob" at the Mayfair Shopping Centre in Victoria, BC Canada, on May 6, 2024 - World Accordion Day!

Our setlist: La Cumparsita; Rock around the Clock; In the Mood; Beer Barrel Polka

With grateful thanks to our friends and family who showed up to support us and dance; and of course to Mayfair Shopping Centre for agreeing to this performance.

Czech Republic

Date: 4 - 6 May 2024
Venue: 04 May Hall of Decorative Arts, Prague, 7 pm
05 May Auditorium of Elementary School, Dolní Břežany, 6 pm
06 May Church of the Evangelical Czech Brethren, 6 pm
Contact: Text to come

A mini festival within World Accordion Day 2024

Performers include: Performers: Ladislav Horák, Jiří Lukeš, Petr Vacek, David Kovář (clarinet), Martin Chodl, Jaroslav Pokuta, Martin Šulc, David Pěruška (cello), Andrea Šulcová, Tadeáš Mrázek, Jana Vlachová, Anna Svrčinová, Czech Accordion Ensemble, Apollon Quartet.

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Date: April 13th, April 20th 2024, 7.30 pm.
Venue: April 13th, 2024, 7.30pm, Main Hall, Irene Building, Apeldoorn.
April 20th, 2024, 7.30pm, Hasselt Chapel, Tilburg, Netherlands.
Contact: Text to come

In 2022, accordionists Lieke op 't Roodt and Ilse Kok organized a concert to celebrate World Accordion Day (WAD). They liked it so much that they are going to do it again this year, 2024. Not once, but twice!

The first concert will be held on April 13th, 2024, from 7.30pm in the Main Hall of the Irene Building in Apeldoorn, Netherlands and the second will take place on April 20th, 2024, from 7.30pm in the Hasselt Chapel in Tilburg, Netherlands.

Their program will include accordion solo and duo pieces, Renaissance music arranged for accordion to a brand new composition for accordion duo written by accordionist Ilse Kok, which will premiere during these concerts.

Lieke and Ilse have also entered into a collaboration with accordionist Ellen Zijm, who will lead two workshops on April 13th as follows:

• Ensemble through the centuries (3pm)
• Accordion for beginners (6pm)

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New Zealand

Date: May 5th, 2024, 2.00 pm.
Venue: Christchurch West Methodist Centre, Brake Street, Christchurch.
Contact: David Thorne, President, Canterbury Accordion Association, Email: thornd@xtra.co.nz and the Christchurch Accordion Orchestra
Information: Canterbury Accordion Association Variety Concert featuring Christchurch Accordion Orchestra and the Bellowetts (CAA Junior Accordion Orchestra).

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Print above poster: 2024 WAD concert poster

North Shore Concert

Date: 11th May 2024
Venue: The North Harbour Lounge, Level 1, North Harbour Stadium, Albany.
Contact: "Music For Our Mothers" North Shore Brass Concert celebrates Mothers Day and is featuring international accordionist Grayson Masefield.

Grayson Masefield is dedicating this performance to World Accordion Day, held May 6th annually to commemorate the international development of the accordion from the first patent filed in 1829.

North Shore Brass is an A-Grade and renowned brass band based in Takapuna, on Auckland's North Shore, with an Academy of over 110 musicians.

This cabaret concert promises music from around the world to celebrate our mothers from our two brass bands as well as accordionist Grayson Masefield who will perform solo and also be accompanied by North Shore Brass conducted by Harmen Vanhoorne. Opening the concert will be the up-and-coming North Shore Brass Academy Band under Billy Middleton.

This concert is cabaret style with guests seated at tables of eight with a bar and food options available at the venue.

Ticket Information
Table of Eight : $285.73 each ($275.00 + $10.73 fees)
Seniors and Students : $34.05 each ($30.00 + $4.05 fees)
Adults : $39.18 each ($35.00 + $4.18 fees)

Book here: https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/music-for-our-mothers-north-shore-brass/auckland/albany

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Kevin Friedrich Celebrates Launch of his Album “The Journey” Online Download


To co-ordinate with World Accordion Day on May 6th, Kevin Friedrich has just released his album "The Journey" as an online download.

Download online: https://music.drm.co.nz/thejourney where Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube are linked.

MusicForAccordion.com download album link is: JourneyAlbum Only US$10

Marking a 30 year collaboration between Kevin and renowned New Zealand composer Gary Daverne, the album is performed both live and as pre-recorded items by Kevin solo and Kevin with symphony orchestra and various supporting artists.

View further information, track list and sound samples at: JourneyAlbum

Picture below: Kevin Friedrich (left), Sound Engineer Mal Smith and Gary Daverne (right).


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North Macedonia

Date: 20 May 2024
Venue: "Museum of the Macedonian Struggle" Skopje
Contact: Report by Anica Karakutovska, Macedonian Association of Accordionists “Ljubiteli na klasichna muzika” (MAA)
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This year, for the 16th time the Macedonian Association of Accordionists (MAA) “Ljubiteli na klasichna muzika”– Skopje supported the CIA international project "May 6th World Accordion Day (WAD)" with various exciting musical events.

The association organized a concert celebrating this international event and birthday celebration of the accordion. The WAD concert was held on May 20th in the "Museum of the Macedonian Struggle" in Skopje.

The WAD concert was postponed because of the Easter holidays, which this year coincided with May 6th when we traditionally celebrated the birthday of the accordion. We were then happy to attract our loyal audience to the WAD concert on May 20th.

Host of the event was popular Macedonian presenter Ognen Janeski. The WAD Gala Concert in the past years become an important and prestigious cultural and artistic event in the country and also abroad, thanks to the fact that the concert is broadcast worldwide by a National TV station.

The concert featured renowned artists and accordion students from the class of Prof. Zorica Karakutovska performing works by Viatcheslav Semionov, Vladimir Zubitsky, Bete Ilin, Piazzolla, Strauss etc.

At the concert, in addition to the solo performances, accordion chamber ensembles performed, as well as chamber ensembles consisted of accordion and other instruments.

The hall was occupied with a very enthusiastic audience which reacted truly emotionally and rewarded the musicians with well-deserved applauses.

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Picture Descriptions: 1. Stage presentation 2. Posters on stage 3. Host Ognen Janeski 4. Milosh Kirovski, Viktor Kuleski and Darko Kulevski 5. Audience 6. Sofija Mircheska 7. Milosh Spasov 8. Audience in the magnificent hall 9. Hristijana Mateska and Angela Nikolovska 10. Sofija Mircheska and Ivona Stojanova 11. Hristijana Mateska 12. Filip Petreski 13. Darko Kulevski and Ivan Trajkovski 14. Balkan trio - Arber Tairi, Aleksandar Acimovic and Ana Gashtarovska 15. Audience in magnificent hall 16. Balkan trio with composer Bete Ilin 17. Composer Bete Ilin 18. Audience enjoying in the performance 19. Prof.Zorica Karakutovska and Prof.Marija Gjoshevska 20. Prof.Zorica Karakutovska 21. Filip Petreski 22. Darko Kulevski 23. Balkan trio 24. Milosh Spasov, Ivan Mitic, Jovan Terziev, Ilija Gelevski and Igor Klimovski 25. All participants 26. President of the MAA Prof.Zorica Karakutovska, Vice President Bete Ilin and PR Manager Anica Karakutovska.


Date: March 16th. The All-Russian Day of Bayan, Accordion and Harmonica is celebrated each year (on the third Saturday in March) at the Gnesins RAM Concert Hall in Moscow. The Department of Bayan and Accordion of the Gnesins RAM established the event with project manager being Friedrich Lips.
Venue: Gnesins RAM Concert Hall
Contact: Gnesins RAM, Moscow, Friedrich Lips

Further Info:

Program below video.


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Print above poster: 2024AllRussiaPoster.pdf

The All-Russian Day of Bayan, Accordion and Harmonica is also Russia's contribution to World Accordion Day (May 6th) because that date clashes with a Russian National Holiday, so for that reason, the All-Russian Day of Bayan, Accordion and Harmonica is held in March annually.

The Department of the Bayan and Accordion of the Gnesins RAM established the event with project manager, Friedrich Lips. The aim of the event is to become part of a national cultural project.

The initiative began in 2010 and demonstrated great enthusiasm in all regions of Russia, both from amateurs and professional musicians, and resulted in a truly national celebration.

It is worth noting that throughout the twentieth century these instruments were an integral part of the life of the peoples of Russia: Russians, Tatars, Bashkir, Ukrainians and many others and that the bayan, harmonica and accordion played an important role during the World War II of 1941-1945.

Video: 0:05:54 - beginning of the concert.
Concert dedicated to the All Russia Day of bayan, accordion and garmonica at RAM "Gnesin" Concert hall on 16 March 2024. 


16 марта 2024. Концертный зал РАМ имени Гнесиных / Mar 16, 2024. Gnessin Hall.

0:05:54 - начало / beginning of the concert

Учащиеся ССУЗов московского региона
0:07:47 - П. Чайковский Времена года «Февраль. Масленица» / TCHAIKOVSKY The Seasons, Op.37a. February: Carnival

0:10:43 - Вольфганг Амадей Моцарт "Турецкий марш", обр. Аркадий Володось "Турецкий марш" / W. A. Mozart "Turkish March", arr. Arkady Volodos
Исполняет трио «Аккорд»: Милана, Снежана и Стешана Колмогорцевы (Колледж ГМПИ им. Ипполитова-Иванова и музыкальное училище им. Гнесиных, класс преп. О. Нурланова и А.А. Гатауллина) / Family trio "Accord"

0:14:10 - Иоганн Пахельбель. Чакона фа минор / Johann Pachelbel. Chaconne in f minor
Исполняет учащийся Московского областного музыкального колледжа имени С.С. Прокофьева Илья Бобыш (класс преп. С.А. Плеханова) / Ilya Bobysh

0:23:10 - Януш Войтарович "Сердце" / Janusz Wojtarovich "Heart"
Исполняют Максим Путилин и Ильнур Хусаинов (Московский Губернский колледж искусств, г. Химки, класс преп. Фёдорова М.А) / Maxim Putilin and Ilnur Khusainov

0:30:10 - Е. Дербенко Вариации на тему р. н. п. «Тонкая рябина» / Evgeny Derbenko "Thin mountain ash tree" Variations
Исполняет Антон Емельянов (1 Московский областной колледж, класс преп. С.А. Хромова, г. Коломна) / Anton Emelyanov

0:34:20 - В. Власов "Босанова" / V. Vlasov "Bossa nova"
Исполняет учащийся 1 Московского областного колледжа Кураев Матвей (класс преп. А.М. Фирсова) г. Коломна / Kuraev Matvey

0:38:18 - В. Василенко "Коломийка" / V. Vasilenko. Kolomyika dance
Исполняет учащийся Музыкального Колледжа МГИМ им. Шнитке Матвей Козека (класс Осокина С.В.) / Matvey Kozeka

0:42:08 - Н.Паганини - Ф.Лист. Этюд номер 5 "Охота" / Paganini – Liszt Etude No. 5 in E Major, "La Chasse"
Исполняет Добрин Василий (музыкальное училище им. Гнесиных, класс Сысоева А.В. / Dobrin Vasily

0:45:27 - Н. А. Римский-Корсаков - Шествие князей из оперы - балета "Млада" / RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Procession of the Nobles from the opera - ballet "Mlada" Исполняет Дозморов Иван (музыкальное училище им. Гнесиных, класс Гунина В. Н.) / Dozmorov Ivan

0:50:15 - Э. Аханов Джаз-вальс / Eduard Akhanov "Jazz waltz"
Исполняет Талканбаев Дастан (музыкальное училище им. Гнесиных, класс Мещерякова С. Ф.) / Talkanbaev Dastan

0:53:55 - В. Гридин "Рассыпуха" / V. Gridin "Rassypukha"
Исполняет Трио в составе: Талканбаев Дастан, Хорошавин Николай, Андриашин Иван (музыкальное училище им. Гнесиных, класс Мещерякова С. Ф.) / Bayan Trio: Talkanbaev Dastan, Khoroshavin Nikolay, Andriashin Ivan

1:01:15 - А. Пьяццолла «Балет-танго» / PIAZZOLLA Ballet tango
Исполняет квартет в составе: Никита Украинский, Илона Савина, Дарья Сахарова, Алексей Логанов / Accordion quartet: Nikita Ukrainsky, Ilona Savina, Daria Sakharova, Alexey Loganov

1:14:12 - СКАРЛАТТИ Соната ля минор / SCARLATTI Sonata A-moll
Лауреат Всероссийского конкурса 2024 года на лучшее исполнение музыки эпохи барокко на баяне и аккордеоне Ромашко Дмитрий (Нижегородская консерватория имени Глинки) / Romashko Dmitry

1:18:15 - Р. н. п. "Да кто у нас лебедин", обр. М. Троицкого / "Who's our darling" Russian folk song
Исполняет Лозовой Владимир (ДШИ г. Пушкино, преподаватель Пузакова Н. В.) / Lozovoy Vladimir

1:21:48 - Е. Дербенко "Подружка моя" / Evgeny Derbenko "My darling"
Исполняет дуэт гармонистов Антон Труфанов и Евгений Андреев / duet of harmonists Anton Trufanov and Evgeny Andreev

Руководитель проекта профессор Фридрих Липс

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Date: May 4th
Venue: 2024 Golden Diatonic Accordion Bled Competition
Contact: Public Institute Tourism Bled, Details in attachment

The 2024 Golden Diatonic Accordion Bled Competition will be held in conjunction with World Accordion Day (WAD) at the Bled Festival Hall in Bled, Slovenia on May 4th, 2024 from 10am.

This year’s event will be held live and online. Spectators will be able to follow the competition via video links, and vote for the audience award via SMS messages.

The competition is also a pre-selection for the 10th National Diatonic Competition which will be held in November 2024 organized by the ZDHS.

Download competition information and application form: 2024Bled.pdf

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South Africa

Date: May 5th, 2024, 13:00 South African time
Venue: Drostdy Theatre, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Contact: For details email: info@drostdyteater.co.za

Information: The event will begin with the light lunch at 1pm followed by the concert at 3pm. The concert will be an “accordion mini-expo” featuring a “celebration of the accordion with its iconic versatility and beautiful sound.”

Join leading accordionists of South Africa in an enchanting mix of music from various genres, cultures and countries.

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World Accordion Day “Mini Expo” Concert at Drostdy Theatre – South Africa

The Drostdy Theatre in Stellenbosch, South Africa hosted a World Accordion Day (WAD) “Mini Expo” concert on May 5th, 2024.

Photo: Leon Oosthuizen, Louis Verwey and Andrew Hodgson Photography Free Wild World (Chris Wait).

Cape Town dancers formed part of the line up for the event. RSCDS Cape Town Secretary and teacher Heather Hodgson was approached by Leon Oosthuizen to collaborate and celebrate World Accordion Day. Leon Oosthuizen, president of the South African Free Reed Association (SAFRA) organized an event that brought together 12 accordionists, singers, dancers and other musicians to showcase the versatility of the accordion or trekklavier as the instrument is known in Afrikaans.

Tickets included a light lunch where traditional South African cuisine like bobotie, pumpkin fritters and koeksisters were served. Between the lunch and the concert, there was a mini expo where attendees had the opportunity to view a display of accordions or participate in a ceilidh to get a feel for Scottish Country dancing.

During the concert that followed Piper Caireen Alston piped the performers onto the stage to the sounds of ‘Scotland the Brave’ and the local tune ‘Sarie Marais’ which would be later played on the accordion. Dancers were Andrew and Heather Hodgson, Jon and Hilary Kerr, Mary Lister and Michelle Parker, who danced to the playing of Leon Albert Oosthuizen and Louis Verwey on accordion and Harold Schenk on piano.

They danced three dances: a reel ‘Catch the wind’, a strathspey ‘Byron Strathspey’ and a jig ‘First Rain of Spring’.

Other genres or styles of music on the line up included French café, classical, Tango dancing, Boeremusiek and Sesotho Famo songs. The concert ended with a performance of the song "Mama Tembu's Wedding" and the national anthem of South Africa.

Perhaps other RSCDS branches and the Society would like to mark their calendars for 6th May 2025 to showcase the many talented accordionists who contribute massively to our enjoyment on the dance floor.

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United States of America (USA)

Date: 6-8 May 2024
Venue: World of Accordions Museum (AWAM)
AWAM header
Contact: Helmi Strahl Harrington, Ph.D. Curator, Executive Director Harrington ARTS Center (HARTS) and AWAM,
For more information call (218) 393-0245 or email: aworldofaccordions@gmail.com

Further Info:


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Print festival poster: 2024 Poster

Print festival schedule: 2024 Festival Schedule

Last year, the Accordionists & Teachers Guild, International (ATG) began work on creating a professional documentary featuring A World of Accordions Museum and the remarkable Dr. Helmi Harrington Ph.D. who has been Curator since inception.

The documentary has been filmed and is in the final stages of production. It is directed by one of their own members, Nikola Stojkovic, a film producer and writer, and was filmed by Mobula Productions.

The documentary memorializes the work of Helmi Harrington and tells the history of the accordion through the enormous collection of different types of instruments at the museum.

ATG is proud to make this significant contribution to the accordion world at large and pleased to offer this gift to the Museum. Watch for the release around World Accordion Day (WAD)!

Event Report

A World of Accordions in Superior, Wisconsin, USA, celebrated World Accordion Day and the Dr. Willard A. Palmer FestivalThursday, May 2 – Sunday, May 5, 2024.

by Jane Christison, Secretary, A World of Accordions Museum Board

The event started off on Thursday night with a performance by Kansas City children’s musician, Janie Next Door®, also known as accordionist Jane Christison, who is a member of the AWA Board of Directors.


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1. A photo of the ACM Band and Friends Performance on Saturday, May 4, 2024, directed by Mary Ann Covone.
2. Joan Sommers being interviewed by WDIO TV reporter.
3. Jane Christison, AWA Secretary of the Board of Directors, and Honoree George Curletto from Washington, DC.

Friday night was a rehearsal of the ACM Band (Accordion Concertina Music Band) joined by members of the Chicagoland Accordion Academy and others, including Joan Cochran Sommers, AWA Vice President Kevin Friedrich, Mike Middleton, and Jane Christison. The group was directed by Mary Ann Covone, who is the founder of Chicagoland Accordion Academy, an AWA board member, and president of the Accordionists & Teachers Guild, International (ATG).

Saturday morning started off with another rehearsal of the ACM Band and friends. Mayor Jim Paine, who is a great supporter of the museum, stopped by to deliver greetings and proclamations from the City of Superior. Plaques were presented to special honorees: Joan Cochran Sommers, George Curletto, and Willard A. Palmer III (son of Dr. Willard A. “Bill” Palmer).

Saturday afternoon was the world premiere of the documentary, “A World of Accordions . . . a Harrington Legacy.” The video was sponsored by the ATG and featured Dr. Helmi Harrington giving a tour around the A World of Accordions Museum as well as a question and answer session with Mary Ann Covone. The video was met with a standing ovation and will be available for sale soon.

Chicagoland Accordion Academy under the direction of Mary Ann Covone was up next on the schedule along with duets by several of the group’s members. Joan Cochran Sommers presented a well-prepared workshop on the topic of “What should we learn between Book 3 and Book 10? Scales, Arpeggios, Chords and More!” (At 90 years young, she’s still going strong!)

The afternoon session ended with a performance by the ACM Band and friends, directed by Mary Ann Covone. After a break for dinner, Mike Middleton (an AWA board member) and the Middletones gave a crowd-pleasing performance of Texas folk music and polkas with. tuba virtuoso, Clayton Capps and Mike’s son, Lance Middleton on drums. Such a fun way to top off the day.


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4. Getting ready for the world premiere of the ATG sponsored documentary, “A World of Accordions . . . a Harrington Legacy.” Dr. Helmi Harrington, founder and curator of the A World of Accordions Museum, is on stage with ATG president, Mary Ann Covone, and AWA Vice President, CIA Executive Ambassador Kevin Friedrich.
5. Performance by Chicagoland Accordion Academy, directed by Mary Ann Covone.
6. Dr. Helmi Harrington, founder of A World of Accordions, presenting honoree Williard A. Palmer III with a plaque

Sunday morning started off with a non-denominational polka service led by Mike Middleton and the Middletones. They were joined on stage by Jane Christison leading the singing along with several accordionists joining in. In case you’ve never attended a polka service, traditional hymns are set to a polka beat, waltz, or even a schottische.

There were tornadoes in Texas, so honoree Bill Palmer didn’t arrive until late Saturday night, but he was there on Sunday morning to tell stories about growing up as the son of Bill Palmer (of Palmer-Hughes fame).

The afternoon started with George Curletto talking about his childhood in Genoa, Italy, and learning to play the accordion. After playing on multiple cruise ships and sailing around the world, he ended up in the United States. He talked about inventing the EVK (electric vertical keyboard). Kevin Friedrich brought one out of the George Curletto display area to show it off. Due to a late start on the afternoon session, Jane Christison and Kevin Friedrich’s performance was cut to get us back on schedule. (We’re prepared in advance for next year!)

Dee Langley made the trip from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to lead a rehearsal of Beatles’ selections. After about 1 ½ hours of rehearsal, we then played our newly-learned repertoire. The festivities closed with a champagne toast to the museum, to Helmi Harrington, and to the 2024 World Accordion Day celebration and Palmer Festival!

A reporter from WDIO tv interviewed Joan Sommers on Saturday during the event then used part of her interview during their live interview with Helmi Harrington on Monday, May 6, 2024, the official World Accordion Day.

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United States of America (USA)

Date: 04 May 2024
Venue: Waller's Coffee Shop, 240 Dekalb Industrial Way, Decatur, GA 30030, USA.
Contact: For more information call email: info@accordionology.com

Further Info:
Join us at the 3rd local celebration!
World Accordion Day - GEORGIA
Music by:
·Mark Lamback ·Jake Herzog ·Charles Voorhees ·Kyle Turner ·Larry Burke ·Timmer Family ·Matt Kaminski Trio: Dan Coy-gtr, Lauren Seay-bass

Play Open jams, bring your accordion! [we'll have some music stands] Shop Rummage sale, accordions and other stuff! Proceeds go to HungryForMusic.org
Eat/drink Waller's wraps, biscuits, beer/wine, coffee, etc

Admission FREE! or...
$5 with 2024 PATCH "Squeezy the Peach"
$10 with 2024 PATCH and a DRINK TICKET (beer, wine, coffee, soda)

UK - United Kingdom

Date: Monday 6th May 2024, 9 am to Final Performance at 4 pm
Venue: St Leonards and St Ives Village Hall, Braeside Road, St Leonards BH24 2PH
Contact: Email: southwestaccordionevents@gmail.com or call Lisa-Lee 07464 007289 / Sammie 07387 182425
Booking essential, complete booking form at: https://forms.gle/DmrNnqfqBbtYJRiV6

On May 6th, 2024, South West Accordion will hold their event “The Big Squeeze for World Accordion Day” at St Leonards and St Ives Village Hall in St Leonards, Ringwood, England, United Kingdom.

The event will feature a fun filled day of accordion orchestra workshops for all ages and abilities.

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