Daniele Pasini was born in 1975 in Cagliari, Italy.
Composer, flute and sax player, he graduated as a flautist at Cagliari's Conservatoire Pierluigi da Palestrina with Enrico Di Felice and perfectioned with Giampaolo Pretto. Then he studied jazz music with Alessandro Di Liberto and composition with Emilio Capalbio.
He earned also a degree in Primary Education Sciences at Cagliari's University, discussing a thesis about Georg Cantor's theories on the mathematical concept of infinite.
Nowadays he's a teacher in Primary Schools and carries on music projects for pre-school, primary and secondary school.
Since the age of fourteen he plays baroque music, partecipating to various prestigious international Festivals (Italy, Germany, Austria, Finland, Belgium, France, Spain, Argentina).
As a free-jazz improviser he's been collaborating with some of the best local musicians. He also played in events like Anno Domini Multifestival and Villa Celimontana's jazz festival.
As a composer, he won the first prize at Pescara's contest “Rosolino Toscano” with “Rock Vivaldi”, published by “Animando”.
With “Clair de Lune Music Production” he published two solo albums: “AlephZero” (2009) e “Patatuey” (2010).
He collaborated to some tracks of Giko Pavan's album “per Te solo io canto”.
With Giko Pavan, as a duo, he recorded the album “Music in Pentecost day” and, with the quartet Giko Pavan Group, the album “Gifts”.
“AlephZero” and “Music in Pentecost day” are available on iTunes.