Classic FM Hall of Fame.

Phamie has been nominated in this years Classic FM Hall of Fame. ‘War Song’, ‘Rackwick Bay’ and ‘Annandale’ are a few of the piano favourites often played on this radio station and are some of the nominated works.

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Celtic Connections

Phamie is so pleased to be celebrating a work she was commissioned to write by Celtic Connections at the age of 19. Twenty years later

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Throughout her albums, Phamie Gow’s diverse range of musical talents (pianist, harpist, singer, composer, producer, musical director) and her collaborations with other world-class artists have brought a strong new breadth of undeniable talent to the world. With Gow’s creativity and new ‘sound’ it is safe to say that she has created a new movement in the genre of Celtic/Classical/World cross over music through her innovative compositions on the harp and piano. With her first album released at the age of 19 she made a strong and lasting impression. At an early age Phamie was already described as “an extraordinary talent” by the ABC and “a star of the highest order” by Nigel Gaylor. 
Her 9th album “Beyond the Milky Way” goes further to establish that, making a huge and emotive impact on new wave piano compositions of the 21st century. Phamie was most recently described as, “One of the Great Woman Composers” by Classic FM, and her recent performance as ‘quite extraordinary’ by Alexander McCall Smith.

Phamie’s music has been featured on BBC TV, and radio stations around Europe, Australia, America, and in the UK including BBC Sounds, BBC Radio Scotland, and Classic FM, Europe’s most successful and commercial classical music radio station.



Photos by, Aitken Pearson, Pete Rear, Douglas S Cutt and Craig McKay. Please contact for further details

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