Marius Staible, born 31st of october 1997 in Halle (Saale) began to play the accordion when he was 4 years old, with an experienced and outstanding pedagogue: Stephan Bahr.
Very soon he started earning a non-intermitting series of prices – by participating every year- in a whole lot of competitions for young accordionists in Germany such as „Jugend musiziert” and the „German Accordion Price”.
His first piece „Unplugged³" written for accordion solo in 2013 was awarded with the „Carl Müllerhartung Price for Composition” and "WESPE 2016", which document his universal musical comprehension.
Thrilled by the stunning diversity of the accordion, he knew even before finishing school and gaining numerous prices, he would choose to continue his passion in a professional manner and began to study at the University of Music Franz Liszt in Weimar with Prof. Claudia Buder.

Daniel Roth started his musical education on the accordion at the age of 9. Since then he has become laureate of various national and international competitions. Participation in masterclasses and numerous concerts took the young artist to several countries across Europe.

His musical and social engagements receive recognition and support by several scholarships including „Live Music Now funded by Yehudi Menuhin” and „Deutschlandstipendium”.
The inspiration of the very specific sound and possibilities of his instrument took him to Weimar, where he continues his studies at the University of Music Franz Liszt with Prof. Claudia Buder.

Since their founding in 2016 the Duo’s musical ambition records affirmation through prices in classical competitions as the “International Accordion Competition Klingenthal” and “Val Tidone Anguissola Scotti”.  
Furthermore their artistic work can be described as highly interdisciplinary due to very individual projects combining music with several different kinds of arts as architecture, choreography, film and literature. Hence thinking without borders is not only an abstract principle of their work but is also to be meant literally by participating in international projects as the Caravan Orchestra.