Posts by Phamie Gow

World Premier of new commissioned work in Dublin

Earlier in March, Phamie was invited to give a lecture on composing and about her approach to composing to the under graduate students of The Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM) in Dublin. Off the back of this, she was given a commission by current artist in residence Imogen Gunner , as part of Dublin City Council’s Artist Residency Programme, to write a new work. This new work, entitled ‘Celtic Threads’, will be given its world premier in Dublin at The RIAM on the 22nd of April. This will be programmed alongside the new works of the composition students and
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Phamie’s music for French ‘short’ animation

Phamie was over the moon to have been commissioned to write the music for a short animation by French director Izu Troin. They had previously worked together on Phamie’s ‘War Song’ video. This ‘short’ was called ‘Camera Obscura’ and was an artistic inside look at some of the oldest cave paintings in the South of France, commonly known as ‘les grottes’. Here is the finished results of the animation, and the ‘making of’ with Phamie’s music. The short was aired on National French TV earlier this year. Camera Obscura by Izu Troin. Music by Phamie Gow   Making of…..
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12th August. Closing Ceremony of the London Olympics 2012. LONDON

Phamie has proudly been asked to perform at the Closing Ceremony for the London Olympics at ‘Scotland House’, Pall Mall, London on Sunday the 12th of August. The event is organised by Creative Scotland and the Scottish Government. Arguably, the biggest part of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics was the music. It was incredible to see so many iconic musicians turn up for the event and perform for their country and the world, and to be part of it is an honour. It’s worth highlighting some of the performances that took place here, especially for
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