On Sunday, October 23, at 4.30 p.m., the Green Room at Malgrae Castle at Rivarolo Canvas will host Canadian guitarist Callum Graham. Born in British Columbia in 1990, Graham turned to guitar at the age of 13. In 2010 he won the Canadian Fingerstyle Guitar Competition, performing at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in the same year and the London Olympics in 2012. In 2014 Acoustic Guitar magazine named Graham one of the 30 Best Under 30 Guitarists in the World.
Starting with classical training, Callum Graham has developed a percussive finger style, without the use of a pick, and also plays baritone guitar and harp guitar.
Fresh from performing in recent months in Canada, where he resides on Vancouver Island in the United States, often at the opening of Andy Mackie’s concerts, and in Germany, in the passage of days between Canavis and Turin, he will present Some of the songs from the fourth album, Sympathia, were released in 2022.
Cecilia Mussi, vocals, and Marco Nareto, guitar, will open the concert at Rivarola. A prelude to some of the songs of the Scottish tradition between pop and folk. The concert is free, with access from the avenue of Via Maurizio Farina 57.
Promoted by the Department of Culture and Sport of the City of Rivarolo Canavis, the initiative is organized by the Friends of the Malgrae Castle and the “Domenico Basso Marches” Library Association in collaboration with the Rivarolo Philharmonic Society.