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Chris Ingham

https://www.chrisingham.co.uk

Chris Ingham plays piano mostly and sings occasionally.

He formed his jazz quartet in 2013 and has led over 150 performances of his Hoagy Carmichael, Dudley Moore and Stan Getz repertoire projects all over the UK.

He is a TV composer (Wartime Crime, How The Beatles Changed The World), a record producer (Ruthie Henshall, Joanna Eden), author (Rough Guides to The Beatles and Frank Sinatra) and musical director/pianist/MC of film song repertory quintet Jazz At The Movies and Rebop, a modern jazz repertory sextet.

He curates and is the house pianist in jazz clubs in Diss (The Corn Hall) and Bury St Edmunds (Hunter Club).

October 2020

Getz – A Musical Portrait

October 2 @ 7:45 pm - 10:00 pm
St Peters by the Waterfront, College Street
Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 1XF United Kingdom
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"Ingham has chosen well... an excellent collection featuring the superb saxophone sound of Mark Crooks... the band are in fine classic swinging form... extremely expressive..." - London Jazz News From the late 1940s to the early 1990s, tenor saxophonist Stan Getz was one of the great, individual instrumental artists in jazz. As jazz itself went through many phases, Getz as a player was remarkably consistent, producing album after album of poetic, swinging music. While his accompaniments were elaborately varied, Getz’s playing…

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