Bryan Ingram
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Bryan Ingram

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Be That As It May EP (2004)

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Bryan Ingram, music’s newest up and coming prodigy, brings us some of today’s freshest new sounds. The 24-year-old has wowed audiences across the globe with his unique mix and musical style. Ingram, who writes and produces his own music, has also written music for a variety of west coast television commercials. By popular demand, Ingram’s first EP, Be That as it May, is now available to the public.

Hailing from the Seattle, Washington area, Ingram was raised surrounded by music. Following in the steps of his aunt and uncle, child music prodigies Donna Slusser and Dave Ingram, a then 3-year-old Bryan would stand before the living room speakers and conduct symphonies to the masterful arrangements of Bach, Greig and Beethoven and would complete “his performance” by playing the songs on piano by ear. After studying classical piano at the age of 4 until his teenage years, Ingram was trained by Kirk Marcy, of The Four Freshman, in jazz piano, being influenced by such greats as Gene Harris and Oscar Peterson. But Bryan has said...

My music is influenced by each living moment. It is impossible to say that one artist has influenced my music more than another. The flux of life is what really weaves itself into my music.
Touted not only as a “natural” on the piano, Bryan has an “ear” which has enabled him to learn various instruments. He has won numerous awards for ‘Outstanding Musician’ at Jazz festivals across the nation. He has wowed Senators and Congressman at a Christmas Concert in Washington, DC. and was offered many music scholarships out of high school to study at some of the country’s finest colleges…

But what you may not have known is that Ingram truly represents a “modern-day Renaissance Man in this postmodern era.” While excelling in music, Bryan also had great success athletically. Ingram, a baseball star at Oregon State University, was drafted in 2001 by the Colorado Rockies Organization, where he played for 2 1/2 years. Sustaining a serious shoulder injury, Ingram retired to pursue his first love, music, in the summer of 2003.

Currently, Bryan lives in both Tucson, Arizona and Los Angeles, California.