Nick Ramm

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Nick Ramm in 2005

Nick Ramm is a London-based pianist and composer, son of pianist and cruise ship musical director Dave Ramm. He studied music at Keele University and at the Guildhall, London before embarking on his career with Nick Ramm's Quota. He is a director of the F-IRE Collective and has recorded with Barak Schmool, Finn Peters, Oriole, Vaughan Hawthorne-Nelson and others.

In 2005 he released his first album "Flashes of a Normal World" with his own band Clown Revisited.[1] The bands he is currently involved in include The Cinematic Orchestra, Finn Peters' Finntet, Fulborn Teversham, BBC Big Band and many others.[2]


  • Clown Revisited, 2006, F-IRE Collective
  • Off The Cut, 2006, w/Zhenya Strigalev
  • Ma Fleur, 2007 The Cinematic Orchestra, Ninja Tune
  • Touchy, 2008 Clare Hirst
  • The Cinematic Orchestra Live at The Royal Albert Hall, 2008 Ninja Tune


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