Our next meeting is November 18th at 2:00 pm. Open to the Public!


Featuring the Peter Di Bono Trio!

The Peter Di Bono Trio has been serenading Bay Area audiences for over 25 years. Venues range from an elegant wedding on Nob Hill, to a forest picnic in Carmel Valley. The music covers a very wide spectrum from Broadway to Bach, and back.

Peter Di Bono has played nearly every type of music, and in every setting imaginable. Performances include musical theater and guest soloist with Bay Area symphony orchestras. His many musical styles include classical, jazz, Italian, French, German – “You name it, I do it!”. Peter has an active teaching practice with over 20 students, and is on the faculty of The Community Music Center in San Francisco.

Violinist, Harriet Newhart is equally comfortable playing Mozart, Mancini, or marches. Classically trained on piano and violin at The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Harriet brings such warm vitality to her music that she has been a favorite of San Francisco audiences and musicians for her entire career.

Bass player, Steve Hanson was raised on the family farm in Minnesota, and as soon as he was of age, joined the United States Navy. He was soon accepted into the Navy Band playing horn. Steve's bass playing style and all around musicality keeps him one of the busiest musicians in the entire Bay Area.



The San Francisco Accordion Club is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization whose purpose is to enhance, promote and stimulate an appreciation for the accordion within the membership and throughout the general public. Donations are tax-deductible and gratefully accepted by using the Donate button at the left or by mailing your contribution to the Club Treasurer.


We host
MUSICAL PROGRAMS
on the third Sunday of every month at 2:00 pm at the:

CHETCUTI COMMUNITY ROOM
Civic Center Plaza
450 Poplar Avenue
Millbrae, CA 94030
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The San Francisco Accordion Club
511 Virginia Avenue
San Mateo, CA
94402


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