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Ingham Richard

Richard Ingham

Richard Ingham is Visiting Professor of Music at the University of St Andrews. He is a composer, international saxophone soloist and renowned jazz educator, has appeared by invitation at every World Saxophone Congress since 1985, and is editor of the critically acclaimed Cambridge Companion to the Saxophone. He has written many works for the saxophone, including From the Mountains to the Sea for saxophone choir, Double Concerto for saxophone, accordion and strings, the suite for soprano saxophone and accordion From Pennan to Penang and Through a Landscape for saxophone quartet. His solo saxophone compositions include Distant Song and His Inevitable Lament. His most recent work is Taj Mahal, written for the National Saxophone Choir of Great Britain, of which he is Principal Guest Conductor. His Peter and the RTO, for narrator and orchestra, was written in collaboration with Alexander McCall Smith; Drift o' Rain on Moorland Stane is for chamber ensemble featuring the poems of Marion Angus, and a forthcoming work Robinson is for reader and jazz ensemble, based on the narrative poem by Brian Johnstone.

events in 2009 with Richard Ingham
  Date Day Time Location Event Details
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3Sun 2.00 pmPennanFrom Pennan to Penang, Richard Ingham and Mary McCarthy
3Sun 5.00 pmPennanTrio Verso, Brian Johnstone, Richard Ingham and Louise Major