Ipswich Jazz and Blues present Chris Ingham Trio - Sunday 13th November

The Ipswich Jazz and Blues return to Venue16 for another amazing afternoon of entertainment!

Chris Ingham Trio

The Ipswich Jazz and Blues live at Venue16.

For tickets and more information about Ipswich Jazz and Blues Club please visit their website.

Suffolk-based pianist and musicologist Chris Ingham has put the jazz of Dudley Moore firmly back in the spotlight.

Chris brings us his acclaimed musical celebration of a man who was much better known for his comedic roles on the small and big screens.

Dudley was an accomplished musician and much of his very best work will feature in this heartfelt appreciation by Chris and his rhythm section of George Double (drums) and Geoff Gascogne (bass).

In 2017 Chris provided the soundtrack for the six-part documentary series Wartime Crime for Discovery/UKTV and the Tom Odell-directed How the Beatles Changed The World for Netflix, also appearing in the latter film as a talking head. Recent soundtracks include The Rise of the Superheroes (2018), Charles Manson: Music from an Unsound Mind (2019) and Days Of Rage: The Rolling Stones’ Road To Altamont (2019). He has also written and recorded 27 soundtracks for Chrome Dreams’ rock documentary DVD series 2006-2015, many currently viewable on Amazon Prime.

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 also musical director/pianist/MC of film song repertory quintet Jazz At The Movies and Rebop, a modern jazz repertory sextet.

He has been a record producer for Ruthie Henshall and Joanna Eden and is the author of Rough Guide to The Beatles and Rough Guide to Frank Sinatra.

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

Support act: Tim Ainslie

Guests are encouraged to eat at our restaurant prior to the event, you can book a table by clicking here.