Get Ready for One of the Most Fun and Interesting Concerts You’re Ever Likely to Hear!


Accordion XXI, Artistry on a Global Scale, Presents

Bayan virtuoso, Stas Venglevski, blends his talent with Tatyana Krasnobaeva, cimbalom (dulcimer), in a unique program of traditional folk favorites, classical and original compositions… and much more.

Stas’ keyboard artistry, dazzling technical command, and sensitivity have brought him, a native of the Republic of Moldova, increasing international acclaim as a virtuoso of the bayan. Stas founded the Accordion XXI Century Series so Midwest audiences can experience the amazing range of the accordion and bayan by bringing gifted artists from around the world to share their skills and cultures and provide audiences with a unique musical experience.

Joining Stas for this concert is Tatyana Krasnobaeva, a graduate of the Belarusian State Academy of Music. Her beautiful instrument, the cimbalom (dulcimer) dates back to the 16th century in Belarus and is famous for its unique silvery timbre, making it universal for playing any musical genre from Baroque to folk to contemporary. The art of performance in modern Belarus is passed from generation to generation.

Join us for this wonderful concert! Tickets are available to St. Paul’s members and friends through Tim Benson. See Tim either immediately before or immediately after any 10:15am Sunday Service in February with cash only for tickets, or call (262) 957-6599 or (262) 844-3784 for information. Tickets are $25. No charge for students or children under 12.

• Sunday, March 5, 2017
• 4:00pm
• St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
914 East Knapp Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin    53202

See you there!

[To hear the amazing Stas, click here!]