The 18th Annual Las Vegas International Accordion Convention

October 23 - October 26, 2017

         
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 2017 StarsSteve Albini and Tatiana Semichastnaya     August 20, 2017  
Steve Albini and Tatiana Semichastnaya

Steve Albini and Tatiana Semichastnaya

 

The Italian phrase "passione e fuoco" (passion and fire) truly describes the music of singer/musician Steve Albini and musician Tatiana Semichastnaya. Their performances of Italian music fused with jazz and world rhythms have brought them international acclaim. They have enchanted audiences throughout the United States, Italy and the world with a blend of musical virtuosity and artistic passion. Their live performances span Italian, world, jazz and Latin American genres.

Steve Albini is a multi-instrumentalist and singer. He has performed throughout the U.S. and Europe. His southern Italian roots are strongly reflected through his music. As a studio musician Steve is often called by producers and artists to add his touch to their projects. 

Tatiana Semichastnaya is originally from Kaliningrad, Russia. She currently performs as an accordionist in the Las Vegas Cirque Du Soleil show KA and at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. Tatiana is a former student of the Gnesin Academy of Music (Moscow, Russia) where she studied with world-renowned accordionist and professor Friedrich Lips. She also studied at the Queens Conservatory of Music (Netherlands, Holland). Tatiana has performed all over the world. She has won many prestigious competitions.

 

 

 


Key Benefits of Attending the Convention

  • Join the fun and make new friends from all over the World.
  • See the latest in new accordions with factory exhibits.
  • Hotel accommodations are very inexpensive.
  • Be inspired by some of the finest.
  • Learn from the masters.

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• Outside USA +01 801-486-1695 •

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