Auntie Liz in Conversation with Phamie Gow 2nd Aug 2022
Please join me on Tuesday 2nd August 2022 when I will be in conversation with Award winning Phamie Gow, composer, pianist, harpist, poet and singer – to name but a few of her attributes.
Phamie has just returned from London where her commissioned composition ‘Angles’ Share, was performed as part of ‘A Musical Military Spectacular’ show performed with full marching brass orchestra of The Household Division, piece called Balmoral, on Horse Guards Parade, performing in celebration of the Queen’s Jubilee (horses were not there- they are on their annual holiday!)
Phamie will give us four of her tracks and a track / artist that inspires her, and a bit about them as well as a hint at her road travelled to date.
To date Phamie has released 10 albums of her compositions and featured in over 20 recordings, recent ones include with The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. She has gigged from Switzerland to Swansea and all roads in between.
With project and commissions ranging from New Voices Commission for Celtic Connections,
Written for Anun Gandhi -The Peace Farmer Project (the project was set up by Phamie during lockdown to raise funds to plant trees to better the climate) Cry out for Chile, Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Charity & Laurisilva Forest Madeira. Commissions from The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. By Vox Motus for soundtrack ‘The Infamous Brothers Davenport’. Izu Troin ‘Camera Obscura’, The Royal Irish Academy of Music and Drama ‘Celtic Threads’. To theatre, scores for, Le Ri Ceft , Pilot, Infamous Davenport, The Winters Tale and from Hector Christie ‘The Death of Tibbie Tamson’ to raise awareness of that Scottish Borders’ story
Phamie has performed from the opening of The Scottish Parliament as well as for the Queen, at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics not to mentions Dalai Lama AND is of course ‘Danny Winner’ from The Danny Kyle Open Stage hosted at the world-renowned Celtic Connections.
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30th Sept – Phamie Gow in concert – The Electric Theatre, Gilford