Daniel Sant is an up-and-coming pianist currently reading for his Bachelor’s degree in HKU Conservatory, Utrecht. Prior to developing an avid interest in contemporary genres in his teens, he spent his late childhood studying classical piano. He then started composing his own music in earnest; an early notable start was his contribution to Plato’s Dream Machine’s “Ġuf” in 2019. An collection of self-produced, indie-pop emerged in the early 2020s, and eventually the release of a solo piano album, “Catharsis”, along with a participation in the Malta Jazz Festival in 2023. For this concert, he will be presenting his own compositions and has joined forces with three formidable players from the Dutch jazz scene: Drums: Damian De Muijnck has recently graduated from HKU. Most noted for his involvement with his own Sept Noir Trio, the Yannic Forster Trio, and the Bram van de Glind quartet, he also hosts the monthly Tilt Session in Utrecht. Saxophone: Willem Abelen is yet another fellow graduate at HKU. He has most recently released his debut album “FLUX” with Zennez records which premiered in Bimhuis last year to international acclaim. Bass: Zack Lober is a much respected bassist hailing from Montreal, Canada. Before relocating to the Netherlands in 2019, he spent more than 10 years studying and working with some of the best names in the music business in NYC. He carries with him a multi-genre, two-decade career that spanned across numerous collaborations with various outfits, and his debut recording as a leader titled “NO FILL3R” was also released with Zennez Records in 2023.