Ingram Douglass Marshall (born May 10, 1942 in Mount Vernon, New York) is an American composer and a former student of Vladimir Ussachevsky and Morton Subotnick. Son of Bernice Douglass and Harry Reinhard Marshall, Sr. His early interest in music was the result of encouragement provided by his mother, Bernice, herself an accomplished pianist and vocalist. As a youth, he performed as a talented soprano in the Boy's Choir at the Mt. Vernon Community Church, and during his high school years was influenced early by noted music instructor, Victor Laslo, Mt. Kisco, NY. After graduating from the Fox Lane School in 1960, he pursued musical studies at Lake Forest College, Columbia University and the California Institute of the Arts. He later joined the music faculty at The Evergreen State College and later moved to New Haven, Connecticut, where he is now a professor at the Yale School of Music. He was the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship and studied gamelan music in Bali. In 1990 he was awarded a doctorate of philosophy in music by Lake Forest College, largely in recognition of his Fulbright award and gamelan studies in Bali. Many of his compositions have been premiered at Carnegie Hall.