Chris Ingham 


As pianist-singer with the Flanagan Ingham Quartet in the 1990s, Chris Ingham contributed to two acclaimed albums, Zanzibar (1995) and Textile Lunch (1998).  Currently the musical director of popular film song repertory quintet Jazz At The Movies, Chris is also a record producer (Ruthie Henshall ‘I’ve Loved These Days’), author (‘Rough Guide To Frank Sinatra’) and jazz piano and voice tutor at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.  As leader of the house trio at the Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds, he has accompanied Scott Hamilton, Peter King, Tina May and dozens of the leading figures of British jazz.