House Concerts

Radoslav Lorkovic Performing at House Concert

Radoslav Lorković is available for a limited number of private House Concerts each year. All you need is a space that comfortably seats 25 (or more) people and a tuned piano or 88 key weighted action keyboard.  Please send a message through the contact page to schedule a show.

One of Folk’s Most in-Demand Sidemen Recalls His Favorite Shows

by Gary Stoller
appeared June 7, 2015, No Depression

Radoslav Lorkovic Red Accordion and Airstream

Radoslav Lorkovic has recorded eight albums, but he is best known for the virtuoso musicianship and beauty he has put into many other artists’ music – both live and in the studio.

Born in Croatia before moving to America at age six, the classically trained pianist and accordionist played three shows with Ellis Paul this past weekend (June 5-6) and will be playing at least nine concerts this year with Jimmy LaFave. Throw in a few gigs with Susan Werner, various shows backing a host of musicians at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, and his own shows, and it’s a typically busy year for Lorkovic.

Lorkovic performed with LaFave last month at the Cherokee Creek Music Festival in Cherokee, Texas, prior to Don Henley’s headlining set. The festival is held annually in a bucolic setting in Texas Hill Country, and the performance of Henley and his band, and a show the next night by Flaco Jimenez in San Antonio, were the best concerts Lorkovic says he witnessed this year or in 2014. Read Full Article on No Depression…

The Folk Show with Gene Shay, WXPN Radio

Radoslav Lorković will be appearing on The Folk Show with Gene Shay on WXPN Radio Sunday, March 23 between 8 and 11pm EST. You can listen to the stream at

The Folk Show with Gene ShayLive on WXPN Sundays, 8-11pm ET. Gene Shay produces XPN’s weekly folk show and is the founder and original emcee of the Philadelphia Folk Festival. Gene has been deemed “The dean of American folk DJs” by The Philadelphia Daily News and “the grandfather of Philadelphia Folk Music” by The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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