Inga Eichler is an accomplished double bassist and composer. She has played at many venues and festivals including the Queen Elisabeth Hall, the Vortex Jazz Club, Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, the Barbican and Buckingham Palace, Love Supreme Festival and Latitude Festival and has toured worlwide.

Inga has recorded an EP with Best Emerging Jazz Artist Nominee (JazzFM) all-female septet Nerija, which she also wrote music for. Other appearances include several Ronnie Scott’s engagements with her own Quartet featuring original jazz compositions of hers. She has also played many functions and two cruise ship engagements. Moreover Inga used to play in the house band of the MDX jazz jam at Charlie Wright's Since 2011, Inga has been studying Hindustani classical vocals and went to India to study with the great traditional teacher Pandit Kumar. In April 2014 she organised a charity concert in London with all proceeds going to Give-and-Give, a small charity. Inga has won several scholarships like the Hot Press Scholarship at Tech Music School, Santander academic excellence for her BA at Middlesex University and the Audrey Lyons Scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music.

Inga has graduated from a Masters at the Royal Academy of Music, receiving tuition from Dave Holland, Pete Churchill, Jasper Hoiby, Barak Schmool and Mark Sanders. She has been teaching privately and in workshops for many years and teaches music and instrumental tuition at Walthamstow Music Service in primary and secondary schools. Future projects include Endeevior, a pop-jazz-fusion band that Inga writes and produces music for. In the last months she has been on tour to Italy, UK and Japan with Japanese pianist Chihiro Yamanaka. Together with drummer Karen Taperberg they form a female jazz trio that explodes with virtuosity and expression. Since 2020 Inga is based in Wuppertal, Germany, where she teaches music and is working as a freelance musician.