Ignacio Santoro 

Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Double Bass player and composer based in The Netherlands since 2013.

Bass activist, in the making of social and poetic jazz music, person, busy fighting all the defeated and popularly acclaimed mid-class dreams and musts.

In 2019 he released his first album as a bandleader Three Kinds of Loneliness (3kl) and now he is preparing his second discographic work The holy Bull (October 2022

Ignacio holds a Bachelor of Music and a Master in Jazz performance (Double Bass) from the prestigious Royal Conservatory of The Hague, he also obtained a minor degree in Early Music studies (Violone). Ignacio studied double bass with a top team of teachers and top-level performers; Michael Formanek, John Hebert, and Joe Martin. (USA) Clemens Van der Feen, Tony Overwater, Margaret Urquhart (Royal Conservatory The Hague)

As a sideman, he is part of different projects and during his years in the Netherlands had worked with artists such as Alba Careta Quintet, Reiner Baas, Benjamin Herman, Rik Mol, Claudio de Rosa, Enrico Le Noci, Kobre Gregoir, Hue Blanes, Matthijs de Ridder Knimes Acoustic Group, Alba Gil Aceituno, etc.