Ronnie Kuller is a Chicago-based musician – composer, arranger, pianist, and accordionist – who performs and writes for collaborative and solo projects as well as film and theater. She has composed for organizations and individuals including the Chicago Film Archives, the Bach and Beethoven Experience, Gaudete Brass, Leighann Daihl Ragusa, Theater Oobleck, Mucca Pazza, the Neo-Futurists, and Opera-Matic. She has collaborated with the Chicago Sinfonietta, played accordion with the Joffrey Ballet, and performs at Weegee’s Lounge as the accompanist for Mister Tom Musick. Her composition “Tube Sock Tango” was recorded onto wax cylinder at Edison National Historical Park, and was also featured on the original Amazon series Transparent. Ronnie served as Artistic Director of Mucca Pazza from 2015-2018, and spent twelve years as a teaching artist with Snow City Arts. Ronnie is a 2013 3Arts Awardee and a 2015 3Arts Ragdale Fellow. She lives in Chicago with her wonderful husband Patrick and amazing daughter Sylvie.