Jam Experiment

Fri 31st August 2018 7:30PM
Progress Theatre, Reading, RG1 5HL
  • Rory Ingham trombone
  • Dominic Ingham violin and voice
  • Toby Comeau piano/keyboard
  • Joe Lee bass
  • Jonny Mansfield drums

Chosen in the Shape of Jazz to Come in 2018 in Jazzwise, Jam Experiment is an award-winning band based in London, UK. Formed in 2014, they have appeared on BBC Radio 3 and Jazz FM numerous times, and played at leading jazz festivals and venues across the UK including London Jazz Festival, Love Supreme Festival, Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Ronnie Scott’s, leaving audiences in awe. They released their debut album in 2017 followed by a 40 date UK Tour. In the Summer of 2018 they embarked upon a European tour, including appearances in Rome, Berlin, Prague, Kraków and Budapest.

The lineup includes the winner of Rising Star in the 2017 British Jazz Awards, trombonist Rory Ingham, his brother Dominic Ingham on violin and voice, Toby Comeau on piano/keyboard, Joe Lee on bass, and Jonny Mansfield on drums.

Jam Experiment’s sound is dynamic jazz fusion balanced with intricate compositions and adventurous improvisations negotiated through mutual admiration for each other. The band has no leader or rather, each member is the leader; through this process they’ve challenged their own musical boundaries.


“Jam Experiment is ‘feel good’, accessible, intelligently crafted… and irresistible.” – London Jazz News

“Jam Experiment takes what is a refreshing audience-friendly approach that embraces jazz-funk
with as much passion and seriousness as more traditional influences” – Jazzwise

“Their ability to connect with the audience was exceptional…This band are bound for great
things. A joy!” – Claire Martin OBE, presenter of Jazz Line-Up on BBC Radio 3.

More information at www.jamexperiment.com

Jazz at Progress is presented in association with Jazz in Reading.

Event Details

Doors Open at 7:00PM
From 7:30PM to 10:00PM


Progress Theatre, Reading, RG1 5HL

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