Visit Us: Over 600 Accordions on Display!

With a variety of accordion brands including: Giulietti, Bugari, Dino Baffetti, Hohner, Paolo Soprani, and more, these vintage traditional accordions each provide their own unique story and history. Paul Ramunni makes it a point to share with all visitors the stories of the accordions within his collection. Each accordion has a story to tell and their memories are worth hearing.

Along with the stories are historical facts about the accordion and its history as well as featured articles about those in the accordion industry. Our mission is to preserve the history of accordions and supporting those who are or would like to understand the accordion industry better.

Request A Tour:

By appointment only – NEACMC provides small group tours for those who would like to view our exhibit.

Plan a visit today – (860) 833-1374 or ramunni@comcast.net

Free Admission- Donations welcomed. Thank you for believing in our mission to develop a bright future for the accordion industry. Click for Directions.

Upcoming Events:

Musical Instrument Demonstrations – The Piano Accordion
at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston:

Wednesday, August 9, 2017, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM More info

Internationally known accordionist Cory Pesaturo and Paul Ramunni, Director of The New England Accordion Connection and Museum Company, discuss the history, repertoire, playing technique, and current resurgence of interest in the accordion. The program showcases seven instruments recently acquired by the Museum from Ramunni, many of which will be demonstrated by Pesaturo, along with a modern electric instrument from his personal collection.

We Also Will Visit You: NEACMC Mobile Exhibits

We Bring The Memories to Create New Ones

Walk through the NEACMC Mobile exhibit; With accordions and memorabilia displayed and Director of The New England Accordion Connection & Museum Company, Paul Ramunni, as your tour guide – learn, laugh, and enjoy the history behind the accordions in a visit.

NEACMC Mobile is a way for the New England Accordion Connection & Museum Company to personally reach out to those who would appreciate the experience. The accordion industry consists of many accordion enthusiasts who have played for decades, understand the traditional value of the accordion as well as share a passion for playing. However, although very dedicated, the older generations naturally have a difficult time connecting to others within the Accordion Industry through recent technologies such as social medias and blogs.

We will set up the exhibit and begin the Alive Accordions! Experience. After visitors view the exhibit Paul Ramunni  will guide a tour through the memorabilia and explain the memories that are behind the accordions. After a fun filled tour of the exhibit you will be treated to a live performance of classic accordion standards.

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NEACMC Mobile is ideal for:

  • nursing homes
  • music classes in school (for all ages)
  • county fairs and flea markets
  • birthday parties
  • anniversaries
  • child care centers or programs
  • accordion conventions
  • special occasions

We would love to be part of any event.

Contact us today to schedule a NEACMC Mobile visit to your next event – (860) 833-1374

Directions:

From Points south – Waterbury/Southington:

  • Travel 30 miles on route 8 north all the way up to its end in Winsted, Conn. where it intersects route 44.
  • Take a right onto route 44 west and go through the town of Winsted.
  • Stay on route 44 west heading toward Norfolk and Canaan.
  • Travel 10 miles to Norfolk from Winsted while remaining on route 44.
  • Continue on route 44 and look for the East Canaan Package store on the left.
  • In 1 mile take the next right onto Trescott Hill Road….look for museum sign at intersection of 44 and Trescott.
  • Take second left onto Margaret Lane..driveway entrance is 2nd drive on left.

Address:

17 Margaret Lane Canaan, CT 06018
(860) 833-1374

From Points Southwest – Danbury

  • Take route 7 north all the way to Canaan, CT.
  • At intersection with route 44, (see Catholic church and firehouse) turn right onto route 44 East.
  • Pass by Stop and Shop and take second left onto Trescott Hill road. Follow directions above from Trescott Hill Road.

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