Calum Ingram is a classically trained cellist singer/songwriter from Paisley, Scotland.
He is now based in New York City and has studied at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. Calum's unique style on the cello has a guitar-like quality, showcasing his Celtic, Folk, Jazz and Blues roots.
Calum has played, worked and jammed with musicians from all over the world including Alan Nimmo, Jessie Arlen, Johnny Barr, Richie Cannata, Steve Holley, Ray Weston and guitarist Jon Paris. In 2011, he opened for Jack Bruce at the Queens Hall for the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival, and played world renowned Melodica Music Festival NY in 2012. He currently plays all over New York City, frequenting venues such as The Bowery Electric, Sidewalk Cafe and The Bitter End.