Richard Ingham

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Richard Ingham

Background information

Born
(1954-03-25) 25 March 1954 (age 62)

Genres
jazz, classical, world

Occupation(s)
Musician, composer

Instruments
Saxophone, piano, clarinet, bass clarinet, whistle, WX7 wind controller

Labels
Largo Music

Richard Ingham (born 25 March 1954, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England) is a composer, performer and educator. Richard is a director of the World Saxophone Congress XVI to be held July 2012 in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland.

Contents

1 Biography
2 Publications
3 Compositions
4 Discography
5 Ensembles
6 External links
7 Sources

Biography[edit]
A graduate of the University of York, his study period at Indiana University with Eugene Rousseau was a major influence on his career. After many years as Visiting Professor of Music at the University of St Andrews, he is now Fellow in New Music and Composer in Residence at the university. He was also Principal Guest Conductor of the National Saxophone Choir of Great Britain in their tours of China and the Czech Republic, and is Principal Conductor of the Aberdeenshire Saxophone Orchestra. His many compositions are frequently performed. Recent works include Rhynie Man for solo horn, Nature Morte au Panier for solo viola, Night Invaded the Heavens (after Ovid) for 15 violas, Robinson, in collaboration with Fife poet Brian Johnstone, for two narrators, two jazz soloists and jazz orchestra. His works for saxophone include Through a Landscape and Walking the Cowgate for quartet, Double Concerto for saxophone, accordion, strings and percussion, From Pennan to Penang for saxophone and accordion. Richard is jazz tutor

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