My albums

3kl

3kl is the first album from the quintet led by Argentinean born and Netherlands based composer and double bass player Ignacio Santoro.
The quintet is compromised of four central figures from the fully renovated Buenos Aires jazz scene, Nicolas Boccanera (piano),
Camila Nebbia (tenor sax), Sebastian Greschuk (trumpet) y Omar Menendez (drums) and it is fully committed to play Ignacio’s compositions.

The Album strives to become the musical expression of a particular view over common domain issues. It is a city, a night bus trip, a sigh or the loneliness and irrelevance of our contemporary urban life. This nihilistic but hopeful modern jazz manifesto was recorded in Studios Ion (Buenos Aires) by the technical supervision of Pablo Lopez Ruiz and it was mastered and mixed by Mariano Miguez (Ideo Music).»

Alba

3kl is the first album from the quintet led by Argentinean born and Netherlands based composer and double bass player Ignacio Santoro.
The quintet is compromised of four central figures from the fully renovated Buenos Aires jazz scene, Nicolas Boccanera (piano),
Camila Nebbia (tenor sax), Sebastian Greschuk (trumpet) y Omar Menendez (drums) and it is fully committed to play Ignacio’s compositions.

The Album strives to become the musical expression of a particular view over common domain issues. It is a city, a night bus trip, a sigh or the loneliness and irrelevance of our contemporary urban life. This nihilistic but hopeful modern jazz manifesto was recorded in Studios Ion (Buenos Aires) by the technical supervision of Pablo Lopez Ruiz and it was mastered and mixed by Mariano Miguez (Ideo Music).»

Avocet

3kl is the first album from the quintet led by Argentinean born and Netherlands based composer and double bass player Ignacio Santoro.
The quintet is compromised of four central figures from the fully renovated Buenos Aires jazz scene, Nicolas Boccanera (piano),
Camila Nebbia (tenor sax), Sebastian Greschuk (trumpet) y Omar Menendez (drums) and it is fully committed to play Ignacio’s compositions.

The Album strives to become the musical expression of a particular view over common domain issues. It is a city, a night bus trip, a sigh or the loneliness and irrelevance of our contemporary urban life. This nihilistic but hopeful modern jazz manifesto was recorded in Studios Ion (Buenos Aires) by the technical supervision of Pablo Lopez Ruiz and it was mastered and mixed by Mariano Miguez (Ideo Music).»