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Accordion player Angelo Pagliocco performs at The Albuquerque Museum
Enjoy Art in the Afternoon at the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History in Historic Old Town!
Spend your afternoon listening to live music, and enjoy food and drink specials at Slate at the Museum.
The “Rat Pack” is alive and well in New Mexico! At a very young age, between the sweet smells from his Mother’s Italian kitchen and his Father’s love of Dino, Sinatra and Bennett, Angelo asked for accordion lessons at the age of 8 and thus began his illustrious career as an accomplished musician.
Angelo has been honored to play, at their request, for distinguished dignitaries, including Senator Ted Kennedy, Governor’s Mitt Romney and Donald Carcieri. He is well known in New England social circles as the “go to guy” when the occasion calls for “special” entertainment
Now playing a state of the art Accordion, if you close your eyes, you would swear that an orchestra was playing! His expansive repertoire includes Standards, Big Band, Pop, Italian, Latin and Bosa Nova just to name a few. Chances are if you can hum it, he can play it. He has been a local favorite entertaining guests at Vivace Italian Restaurant and currently at Saggio’s on Central!