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R.I.P Co-Founder Tim Ingles ( Jan 2015)

"You Will Never Die in The Hearts & Minds of All of Those Who Were Fortunate to Have Met You"


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or send Donations to Eliot School/ Attn Tim Ingles Scholatship

Po Box 300351 Boston Ma 02130



Tim Ingles, bassist, and recipient of the 2006 African Americans Making History Award is originally from Wilberforce Ohio..  During his four decade musical career he has been an educator, performer, lecturer and a leading instrumentalist for many of the entertainment world’s biggest talents.

 

Ingles has performed with Broadway’s Tony Award winning vocalists Melba Moore and Linda Hopkins, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Laverne Baker, and Jazz and Rhythm and Blues legends Donald Byrd, Fred Wesley, Pharaoh Saunders, Yuseef Lateef and many other notable music pioneers.  Ingles toured the United States and Europe extensively with Grammy Award nominee Mighty Sam McClain. His composing credits include a collaboration as co-arranger on the So What album with the esteemed music educator, author and composer, George Russell, winner of the MacArthur Foundation’s “genius award”.

 

Ingles’ national and international performance credentials are numerous.  Highlights include the Montreux and Lucerne Festivals in Switzerland, Italy’s JVC Torino Jazz Festival, Holland’s North Sea Festival and Canada’s Montreal Jazz Festival.  National appearances include The Chicago Jazz Festival, the Boston Globe Jazz Festival, Carnegie and Town Hall in New York, Boston’s Symphony Hall, Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C., and The House of Blues venues in Boston and New Orleans.

 

Ingles has taught at Tufts University, Northeastern University, and the New England Conservatory of Music. In addition to his instruction credits, he has appeared as visiting artist, lecturer and performer with several music education and outreach programs including Boston’s Wang Center Young at Arts program, the Blues Schoolhouse program produced by the House of Blues, and many performances through the Young Audiences presenting group.