Double Bass player and composer, born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After 10 years of living in The Netherlands, 2023 finds him starting a new chapter in Paris. You will find him serving low notes in different projects and bands around Europe. He has shared stages with artists like Chris Cheek, Jef Neve, Reinier Baas, Alba Careta Quintet, and many other upcoming musicians from Europe and Argentina. As a composer and bandleader, he is busy bringing out his vision of jazz and modern music. He released one album under his name, Three Kinds of Loneliness (3kl), and this year expects the release of two more discographic works. Ignacio holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s in Jazz Performance (Double Bass) from the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, where he studied with Clemens Van Der Feen and Tony Overwater. He also obtained a Minor Degree in Early Music studies under the tutorship of Maggie Urquhart (Violone).
Ignacio Santoro Quintent - Delfín
Ignacio Santoro Quintent - 3kl
3KL (Three Kinds of Loneliness)
3kl is the musical expression of a personal view over common domain issues. It is a city, a night bus trip, a sigh, or simply the loneliness and irrelevance of our contemporary urban life. This nihilistic but hopeful modern jazz manifesto was recorded in Studios Ion (Buenos Aires) by Pablo Lopez Ruiz and it was mastered and mixed by Mariano Miguez (Ideo Music).
Ignacio Santoro (double bass & composition), Nicolas Boccanera (piano), Camila Nebbia (tenor saxophone), Sebastian Greschuck (trumpet), Omar Menendez (drums).