Antony Ingham studied at both the Royal Academy of Music (with Alexander Kelly) and the Royal College of Music (with Niel Immelman) as a pianist and joint first study cellist. During his last year of study at the RCM, piano and piano accompaniment became his main focus and whilst there, he was awarded several prizes. As a postgraduate, he won the UCLA piano concerto competition with the Arthur Bliss concerto whilst studying with the late Johana Harris in Los Angeles and performed regularly as principal cellist of the university orchestra, as well as giving various premiere solo performances.
Tony enjoys a varied musical career of accompanying and coaching strings, woodwind and voice. He works regularly as piano accompanist for the RCM junior dept and has worked as official accompanist for the orchestra of St-Martin-in the fields, the Royal College of Music, Trinity, London College of Music and the Purcell School. He has performed at the Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room and St Martin-in-the-fields and has also given many solo piano lecture recitals for Princess Cruises. Tony works in close assosiation with the RCM for competitions and masterclasses as well as working regularly for various annual music courses eg Charterhouse, Bryanston and Ciaconna.
He teaches piano at Westminster Cathedral Choir School.