Accordionist Daniel Stetich plays and arranges modern music from unexpected contexts. Along his own compositions, his concerts include eclectic works ranging from classical impressionism to Japanese video games.
Interview with Daniel Stetich (accordion) and Duncan Blythe (cello) about scoring the silent film "Schatten der Weltstadt/Shadows of the Metropolis" (1925). They performed their original soundtrack to the film in Potsdam, Germany on July 6, 2019 as the finale of an international conference about the forgotten actress Ellen Richter. Video by Bianca Green
Daniel Stetich (US) - accordion Pablo Castagnola (ARG) - guitar Simon Houghton (UK) - contrabass
Oui D'Accord is a Berlin-based acoustic trio consisting of accordion, contrabass and guitar. Each member has a uniquely diverse musical background that contributes their original sound. They have performed at festivals including "Jazz Kulise Leverkusen" and are currently recording their debut album. It's hard to place their musical style to a single genre as their original compositions blur lines between conventional styles. There are hints of bossa nova, jazz and even minimalism. All of these elements come together to evoke profound, yet somewhat melancholic emotions. Their arrangements are meticulously crafted to create an equally enjoyable experience for musicians and audience alike. As in a dialogue, the instruments constantly change roles between actively speaking and listening. Within the performance of one song, an instrument fulfilling a melodic role will evolve into a supportive harmonic role. This dance between instruments engages audiences and invites them to be a part of oui d‘accord‘s musical journey.