Come hear three brilliant virtuosos play singly and together, highlighting the beauty of the guitar and their original compositions. From international touring, these renowned musicians will make magic in the Cultural Center’s intimate and acoustically stellar Great Hall, so don’t miss this chance to be part of something wonderful. Complimentary refreshments.
Guitarist Peter Ciluzzi’s music transports listeners on a journey through virtuosic, evocative compositions that tell a story without words. His acclaimed solo instrumental work has accumulated millions of views on YouTube and more than 7 million plays on Spotify. He was a finalist in the 2007 Canadian Fingerstyle Guitar Competition and has performed alongside renowned guitarists such as Gareth Pearson, Ian Ethan Case, and Ewan Dobson. His works released on Candyrat Records include his debut album “Music Without Words”, and the 2016 follow-up album “Still Without Words”. Also a guitar maker, his work has been displayed at a number of exhibitions including the Montreal Guitar Show, and are used by Ciluzzi in his live performances.
Montreal, Canada based guitarist Antoine Dufour is known colloquially among the best guitar players in the world as a musician’s musician. To fans of popular music, he deftly combines jaw-dropping guitar playing skills and an artistic soul in crafting instrumental compositions that reflect ambient and progressive music that transcends global cultures and languages. That he does this in an incredibly visual and entertaining style has endeared him to a broad spectrum of fans of popular music
At just 23, Calum Graham has already enjoyed a career that would be the envy of most artists double his age. Fresh off a 6-month tour with ‘International Guitar Night,’ the Alberta-based guitarist and singer/songwriter has released four acclaimed albums, won major national music competitions, performed at the Olympic Games in both Vancouver and London, racked up some phenomenal views on YouTube, and was most recently named one of the top 30 guitarists in the world under 30 by Acoustic Guitar Magazine. As young as he is, it’s unquestionable that Calum Graham has enough talent to revolutionize how audiences appreciate music.