Guy Klucevsek

born on 26/2/1947 in New York City, NY, United States

Guy Klucevsek

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Guy Klucevsek (born February 26, 1947) is an American-born accordionist and composer.

Klucevsek is one of relatively few accordion players active in new music circles.

Klucevsek was born in New York, and raised outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has released 20+ albums as a leader or co-leader, and has recorded or performed with Dave Douglas, John Zorn. Bill Frisell, Laurie Anderson and others. He is also a founding member of the international group Accordion Tribe.

In 2010 Klucevsek won a United States Artists Fellow award.[1]

Sources

  • Franklin, Joseph, Settling scores: a life in the margins of American music, Sunstone Press, 2006. ISBN 0-86534-477-9
  • Jenkins, Todd S. "Klucevsek, Guy", Free jazz and free improvisation: An encyclopedia, Volume 2, Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004, p. 200. ISBN 0-313-33314-9.
  • Ross, Alex, Classical Music in Review: Guy Klucevsek Accordionist, Dance Theater Workshop, New York Times, 2 October 1993
  • Wolk, Douglas, "A world of squeezeboxes", CMJ New Music Monthly, May 1997, p. 10

References

  1. United States Artists Official Website

External links

  • Official Homepage
  • Guy Klucevsek at All Music Guide
  • Art of the States: Guy Klucevsek
  • Transylvanian Softwear CD on Starkland
  • Free Range Accordion CD on Starkland
  • Discography
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