FUTURE CONCERTS in 2005

June 22, 2005 - The AAA is sponsoring a free concert on Wednesday, June 22, 2005 at 7.00 PM at the Montville Public Library, 90 Horseneck Road, Montville, New Jersey. The concert features the world renowned "K" Trio and Jazz artist Eddie Monteiro. It will be a fabulous evening, so not miss this special event. For further information please call 973-402-0900. The library is located off exit 47 of Rt. 287.

June 26-29, 2005 - Our 2nd appearance at the Las Vegas International Accordion Convention at the Gold Coast Hotel. Hope to see you there. The "K" Trio will be presenting three workshops and a featured concert performance. Go to www.accordionstars.com for information and registration.

November 5, 2005 (7:30 PM) The ALS Foundations sponsors an accordion event at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. The Accordion Pops Orchestra conducted by Maestra Daniel Desiderio and The "K" Trio will be among the performing artists. Contact information to follow. Come and support this great charity event, and get a jam-packed afternoon of entertainment to boot!
PAST PERFORMANCES IN 2005

March 12, 2005 - Renee Weiler Concert Hall, 46 Darrows Street, Greenwich Village, New York. The "K" Trio will appear along side Russian Bayanist, composer and teacher Viatcheslav Semionov in a concert not to be missed! Mr. Semionov is the teacher of many of the recent world accordion champions. Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear him first-hand!

April 24, 2005 - Dinner 1.00 PM and Concert at 3.00 PM. A Tribute to Louis Iorio at Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, New Jersey. The "K" Trio will join the Accordion Pops Orchestra conducted by Maestro Daniel Desiderio in honoring Louis Iorio. Contact info to follow. Hunterdon Hills Playhouse in Hampton, NJ, Route 173. Ticket for Dinner and Concert is $48.00 with the proceeds going to St Jude Hospital for Children which was Mr. Iorio's favorite charity!

January 30, 2005 - The "K" Trio performed at The Seven Angels Theater in Waterbury, along with the Connecticut Accordion Association's newly-formed accordion orchestra. Guest performers from the CAA membership, and Seven Angels honorees from Waterbury rounded out the program. The Theater's program "Waterbury Salutes The Accordion . . . Then and Now!" recognized accordion teachers in Waterbury from the 60s and 70s, and covered a wide span of the music from the era.
 
The "K" Trio, 15 Maplewood Lane, Northford, CT 06472 USA
Phone: (203) 484 5095     E-Mail:
mary.tokarski@comcast.net