Born in Dinant (Belgium) in 1977, Quentin Dujardin entered the world of classical music very early with his father, who was an unconditional fan of organ music (Bach, Franck, Messiaen, Duruflé, etc.). Quentin was a faithful student at the local music school where he studied guitar, music theory, music history and chamber music.
In the course of years Dujardin created a very personal musical style. His compositions combine influences from classical music, jazz and world music. His experience as a film and television composer add a subtle cinematographic dynamic.
The guitar player has also been very active on the Belgian jazz scene with his previous two albums La Fontaine de Gore and Vivre on which he worked alongside Diederik Wissels and Ivan Paduart, as well as for his work with Toots Thielemans on his album Impressionniste.