Phamie sings soprano in Edinburgh Festival, Scotland

Following the beautiful service for BBC Radio 4 last Sunday (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0381kp9), where Phamie had the privilege of singing soprano, Phamie has been asked to join St Giles Cathedral choir again tonight to sing for the festival concert. The concert starts at 8pm in St Giles Cathedral and will include a wonderful selection of songs from Bach to Britten and many more great classics: http://www.edinburghfestivals.co.uk/venues/st-giles-cathedral-cathedral
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New Website: Phamie.com

We are proud to share that Phamie has launched a new site under her new artistic name, PHAMIE. Phamie has a new cd, entitled Softly Spoken, which will be released in the UK on the 8th of July, only through Caffe Nero. In fact, if you buy the cd, you can get a free hot beverage also so make sure you do check it out if you are in the UK. Here is her new site: www.phamie.com
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Special piano solo recital: Non Violence Benefit Concert NYC

Music marathon_Program Phamie will be performing a 15 minute solo piano recital for the NON VIOLENCE benefit concert on the 10th of May at The Church of the Heavenly Rest Church, 90th and 5th avenue, NYC.  Being an Ambassador for Nordoff Robins Music Therapy Scotland, Phamie feels very strongly that music can heal and transform people’s lives, and with this intention and belief, she will be offering her new piano compositions with a strong message of Peace behind each work. Concert starts at 8pm but Phamie’s performance will be at 9.30pm.
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Mozart Mass in C Minor

Phamie is soon to appear singing soprano (volunteering) with The Canterbury Choral Society in the magnificent work of Mozart’s Mass in C Minor.  The performance will be held on the 5th of May, at The Church of The Heavenly Rest in NYC and will start at 4pm. Donations are welcomed.  For more information, visit: http://www.canterburychoral.org
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Humanitarian work in Thailand

Phamie was recently in Thailand where she shared her music to over 400 orphans. Her message was that music gives happiness, joy and peace. If you may be interested in adopting a child from Thailand, please do contact us directly from the contact page.
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World Peace Tartan Ambassador

Phamie was recently appointed to be an Ambassador for the World Peace Tartan. The World Peace Tartan is designed to promote peace from the heart of Scotland and the first to receive one of the scarfs was HH Dalai Lama on his last visit to Scotland.
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Pianist in Motion

Catch It: Phamie Gow: Pianist in Motion Posted on December 10, 2012 A week ago, I hiked along Avenue of the Americas at Forty-Sixth Street. I observed the boundless bright lights of “Christmas Cheer,” then strolled sometime later into the Church of the Heavenly Rest at 2 East 90thStreet and 5th Avenue. At 5:00 PM, the church seemed empty except for the serene sounds from a lady playing on a Steinway piano. As I listened to her eloquent performance; her music reminded me of a time growing up in Georgia; and hearing the heartfelt music at “Little Friendship Baptist Church.” When she finished
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