I play a variety of instruments, including keyboards, accordion, and electric bass guitar.
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This page allows you to hear some of my compositions, as well as songs I regularly perform on the accordion.
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Christmas with Kelly (2023)
This new instrumental album contains eight tracks of traditional Christmas songs that are both relaxing and fun!
- The First Noel
- O Holy Night
- It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
- Accordion Medley
- Away In A Manger
- Once In Royal David’s City
- Silent Night
- We Wish You A Merry Christmas
- All music arranged, performed and produced by Kelly Sapergia
- Cover Design by Chrissie Cochrane and Alberto Pereira
- Special thanks to everyone at TGV Productions for all the advice and encouragement
Christmas with Kelly is available from all major streaming and download sites, including Apple Music/iTunes (this links to the Canadian store, but the album is available worldwide), Spotify, and Amazon’s Digital Music store (possibly US only).
Over the years, I’ve enjoyed collaborating with various artists. Some examples include:
- Elvin Song from Atmosphere and Rock and Roll Rest Home from Earworms (these links point to Canadian Apple Music pages) by Chrissie Cochrane of TGV Productions
- Various tracks on the albums Prairie Airs and The Journey in Story and Song by Stephen Hardy Palmer
Below are some songs I’ve composed over the years.
- Waking from Slumber (2021)
- A Quiet Place (2004)
- The WinAmp Song (2001)
This is a jingle I composed for WinAmp, a favorite audio player of mine.
- Northern Lights (1999)
When I heard my family discussing how beautiful the northern lights looked, I began to imagine how they would look from a visually impaired person’s perspective. That was the inspiration for this composition. This song was created using my first Roland keyboard, the E28, and Power Tracks Pro, my MIDI sequencer at the time.
Visit KJS Productions to hear demos of my jingles and other services.
When I perform at seniors’ centres or live events, I mostly use the accordion. I began playing this versatile instrument when I was 8 years old, and started out with a small 12-bass Titano. Since then, I’ve gone through at least six accordions of various brands.
There are two styles of accordions: piano and button. While I’ve seen a button accordion, I’ve always played the piano variety. With a button accordion, the notes change depending on which way you move the bellows. There are also now digital accordions that incorporate electronics, such as MIDI, which allow you to perform with instruments like saxophones, flutes, and other accordion types. An example of the latter variety is the Roland V-Accordion series.
The following are various songs that I play regularly when performing live. Check back often as more songs will be added when possible.