Posts by Phamie Gow

The Infamous Brothers Davenport (run of 32 shows)

This year has started off with a great and busy start. I’ve been busy writing the score for the wonderful theatre Vox Motus production of The Infamous Brothers Davenport. I’m now Musically Directing and part of the cast as a Victorian musician and were already well into the run of our 32 shows. Were currently playing The Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh, Scotland till the 11th of February, then on tour to Glasgow to the Citizens theatre, then up north to Eden Court in Inverness. The musical score features the following instruments: piano, accordion, harp, banjo, mandolin, clarinet, harmonica, and soprano
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Phamie has a Royal Command

Phamie has been given another Royal Command to perform for HRH The Princess Royal at the EICC in Edinburgh, Scotland on the 28th of February. The event is to introduce a taste of the program for this year’s Royal Military Tattoo where an extract from Phamie’s new works, The Edinburgh Suite will be performed and choreographed.  THE TATTOO SHOW RUNS EVERY NIGHT IN THE MONTH OF AUGUST TO 8000 SEATED AUDIENCE IN STALLS SURROUNDING EDINBURGH’S SPECTACULAR CASTLE. THE BBC ALSO BROADCAST THIS SHOW AND CDS/DVDS ARE MADE OF THE PERFORMANCE.
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Interview with the Hungarian National News

Phamie Gow was recently interviewed by the National Hungarian News about her opinions on Edinburgh and what it means to be Scottish. You can view the video at this site: http://www.noltv.hu/video/4050.html Phamie is featured in the video between 5.20 mins to 7.03 mins.   Phamie was interviewed by Hungarian journalist Tamás Lajos Szalay on the website Nepszabadsag.
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