Select the search type
  • Site
  • Web

Ron Borelli

Ron Borelli

Guest Artist

Ron Borelli began his love for music and entertainment through his parents. His father played tenor sax professionally; his mother played stride piano. Other members of the Borelli family played instruments as well, including accordion, clarinet, mandolin and drums. As a young boy, Ron would attend engagements where his father’s popular band, the Al Borelli Orchestra, would be performing. Throughout San Francisco, the Peninsula and East Bay, the Al Borelli Orchestra was very much in demand for weddings, parties and social occasions.

This influenced Ron to begin his study of music at 7 years of age. His professional music career began at 14 years of age, when he played his first solo engagement as an accordionist for a San Francisco New Years Eve party. Ron continued to perform with the Al Borelli Orchestra while his sister, Carole, became vocalist for the band. At the same time, he formed his own trio at age 18.

Ron has played for hundreds of special occasions including at San Francisco’s Bimbo’s 365 Club, the Fairmont and St. Francis Hotels, the Concord Pavilion, the Olympic and Pacific Union Clubs, University of San Francisco and for numerous small gatherings at private residences. His more prestigious performances include engagements for the San Francisco Opera, the San Francisco Symphony, The Three Tenors, Diablo Ballet, Santa Rosa Symphony, Berkeley Symphony, Theatre Works, Las Vegas International Accordion Convention and for San Francisco celebrities.

The 20th Annual Las Vegas International Accordion Convention

October 14 - October 17, 2019


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.

• USA: 1-800-472-1695 •

• Outside USA +01 801-486-1695 •