I am excited to be touring in Québec this month with Thomas Carbou and Erik Hove to launch Thomas’ latest trio album, ‘Directions’. The music is a blend of guitar, sax, percussion, loops and electronic sounds, improvisation and global influences. Added bonus: we’ll be touring with video projections as well. April 5 2018: Café Rouge, […]
It’s 2017. How did that happen? I’m happy to be traveling to a number of exciting locales this year. From January 23 to February 6, Thomas Carbou and I will take our ‘Impulse’ project to France and Switzerland for 8 concerts. More info here. I’m also looking forward to returning to Rajasthan, India, this time […]
Thomas Carbou and I are releasing a new album called ‘Impulse’ in October, but it’s available now for preorder on iTunes! We’ll be performing in several cities in Québec and Ontario starting October 21st in Waterloo, QC. More details here. We’ll also be touring in France and Switzerland in January and February 2017. Stay tuned […]
Guitarist/ composer Thomas Carbou and I have collaborated on numerous occasions over the last few years. Thomas is a multi-talented musician, improvisor and creative comrade, someone with whom it is always a pleasure to play. In October this year we’ll be releasing an album of original music called ‘Impulse’. The release will be accompanied by […]
Thomas Carbou and Patrick Graham share an almost telepathic rapport, blending spontaneous improvisation, electronic looping, Brazilian and Indian musical influences, to create both ecstatic groove pieces and dream-like soundscapes. The duo uses an array of instruments, including custom 8-string guitar, cuatro, bouzouki, cajon, frame drums, berimbau, udu and metal percussion that are augmented by hypnotic […]
I will be performing a special concert with eclectic Montreal-based guitarist and composer Thomas Carbou. For our first duo collaboration, Thomas and I are putting together a unique program of original compositions and improvisation, featuring a huge mix of musical styles and colours.
Expect to be surprised…
Admission is free. More info…