Vincent Ingala is a multi-talented saxophonist, composer, and producer, known for his contemporary jazz and smooth jazz styles. Born on December 6, 1989, in Prospect, Connecticut, Ingala started playing the saxophone at the age of 10 and began performing professionally by the age of 16.
Ingala’s first album, “North End Soul,” was released in 2010, and quickly made its way onto the Billboard Contemporary Jazz chart. He has since released several more successful albums, including “Can’t Stop Now” and “Coast to Coast.”
Ingala has collaborated with a number of well-known artists in the smooth jazz world, including Jonathan Fritzen and Steve Oliver. He has also performed at numerous jazz festivals and venues throughout the United States and Europe.
In addition to his success as a saxophonist and performer, Ingala is also an accomplished producer, having produced several of his own albums as well as albums for other artists. He has also been recognized for his work in the music industry, having received several nominations for the Smooth Jazz Network’s “Best New Artist” award and a nomination for “Best Pop Instrumental Album” at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.
Ingala is known for his smooth and soulful saxophone playing, influenced by artists such as David Sanborn, Grover Washington Jr., and Cannonball Adderley. He plays a variety of saxophones, including alto, tenor, and soprano, and is also skilled in playing the keyboards, guitar, and bass.
With his impressive skills and talent, Vincent Ingala continues to be a force in the contemporary jazz and smooth jazz genres, inspiring audiences and fellow musicians alike.
Page last updated 4/8/2023.