In 2009, Ludmila Gurchenko made a film «Feathery Twilight» about her friendship with Accuratov.
He previously lived in Morevka near Eisk. He worked as a soloist of the theater «Russian Opera», as an artistic director and soloist of the Aix Jazz Orchestra MICH-Band (piano).
He was born on 21 October 1989 in Yeisk, Krasnodar Krai. Blind from birth, at the age of four began to show extraordinary musical abilities, playing on the piano heard melodies. Teachers of Yeyskaya Music School took him to the 1st grade.
Two years later, Accuratov entered a specialized music school for blind and visually impaired children of Armavir, Krasnodar Territory.
In 2015, he graduated with honors from the Rostov State Conservatory in 2017 - postgraduate course in «chamber music». During his studies, he participated in concerts and won various music competitions, including international ones.
In May 2013, together with bassist Kate Davis, drummer Mark Whitfield and saxophonist Francesco Kafiso participated in the international project of Igor Butman «Future of Jazz» and projects «Cherry Forest» in Moscow, «Aquajazz. Sochi Jazz Festival» in Sochi.
In 2018, he participated in the Gala Concert of the International Jazz Day organized by UNESCO, was awarded the Mayor of Moscow Award, and also took second place at the Sarah Ghan International Vauz Vocal Competition.
Later, while studying at the school, he studied at the Moscow State Music College of Variety and Jazz Art, in the class of teacher Mikhail Okun. After graduating from the music college in 2008, he entered the pop and jazz department of the Institute of Music of the Moscow University of Culture and Art.
He participated in a concert with opera singer Montserat Caballet, performing with Evelyn Glennie.
As a participant of the World Consolidated Choir UNESCO took part in the world premiere of the international charity event «Thousands of Cities of the World», spoke at the residence of the Pope.
Since 2013, Accuratov has been cooperating with Igor Butman. As part of the Igor Butman Quartet and the Moscow Jazz Orchestra, he toured Latvia, Israel, the Netherlands, Italy, India, the USA and Canada and other countries.
In March 2014, he completed the closing ceremony of the XI Paralympic Games in Sochi.
In April 2015, at the invitation of Winton, Marsalis performed at the Rose Hall of the New York Lincoln Center alongside the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.
On February 1, 2017 in the Svetlanovsky Hall of the Moscow International House of Music held the first Big Solo Concert of Akratov with the participation of Igor Butman. In October of the same year, as part of his own trio, he performed at the XIX World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi.