Gipsy jazz Italian trio Accordi Disaccordi performs what they define as “hot Italian swing”. Their unique style is a tribute to the sounds of famous guitarist Django Reinhardt and combines jazz, swing, blues, folk influences with famous film scores. After a successful tour in Europe and the UAE, Accordi Disaccordi land in Los Angeles for a special showcase of their original repertoire and favorite Holiday classics to welcome the winter festivities.
Formed in 2012, Accordi Disaccordi’s prior engagements include multiple editions of the world renowned Umbria Jazz Festival, where they opened for famous musicians like Paolo Conte, Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani, Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga.
Presented in collaboration with CIDIM – Comitato Nazionale Italiano Musica
Accordi Disaccordi is an Italian band founded in early 2012. The trio consists of founding members Alessandro Di Virgilio and Dario Berlucchi on guitar, and Dario Scopesi on double bass. The basis of their repertoire is original songs played in a unique style combining jazz, swing, blues, and folk influences, along with a taste for film scores, while preserving their underlying Gypsy jazz style, which pays tribute to the sounds of famous guitarist Django Reinhardt.
Accordi Disaccordi performed in more than 2000 venues throughout the world and appeared at important festivals and jazz clubs including the Umbria Jazz Festival and Jazz à Juan.
They recorded five albums so far: Bouncing Vibes (2013), Swing Avenue (2015), Live Tracks (2016), the self-titled Accordi Disaccordi (2017) and Decanter, which was released in September 2021.