War Song

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Chart-topping Classical/Crossover artist 

Film Directing

Here are some examples of her music videos/short films.

Not Alone
Sea ans Sailors
Dancing Hands Remastered

Latest News

  • Traveller of the Waves release
    The latest single by Phamie, releases on June 14th 2024. At the bottom you could add the credits: Recorded at The Royal Conservatoire in Glasgow, Scotland.  Produced by Phamie Gow Piano, small harp, low D whistle, and vocals: Phamie Gow Double Bass: Mario Caribe In 2001 Ellen MacArthur, the retired yachtswoman came second place in… Read more: Traveller of the Waves release
  • A Unique Evening of Enchanting Live Music & 2 Course Supper
    Grassmarket Community Project proudly celebrates PHAMIE GOW Dancing Hands Remastered Friday 27 Oct 7:30pm Grayfriars Kirk, Edinburgh EH1 2QQ £38.50 Welcome drink and supper included. Licensed bar from 6.30pm BOOK TODAY https://phamie-greyfriars.eventbrite.co.uk
  • Dancing Hands Remastered
    The long awaited album from Phamie is soon to be released. ‘Dancing Hands Remastered’ will be released on the 4th of August and is also available for pre-order a week before on Apple Music and Spotify. Here is a teaser trailer filmed on top of The Thistle Chapel at St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland.… Read more: Dancing Hands Remastered

Phamie Gow : Composer | Pianist | Harpist | Singer

Phamie Gow is an exceptionally talented and multifaceted musician, composer, and performer, known for her evocative compositions and proficiency on the harp, piano, and accordion. Born in Scotland, Phamie’s deep Celtic roots have significantly influenced her music, infusing it with a sense of mysticism and a connection to her homeland’s rich history and rugged landscapes.

From a very young age, Phamie displayed an innate musicality that quickly burgeoned into a full-fledged passion for musical expression. She attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, where she honed her skills and deepened her understanding of music theory and history. Her dedication to her craft and her continuous exploration of various musical styles have made her compositions uniquely resonant and emotionally compelling.

Phamie Gow’s music transcends the traditional boundaries of genre. While firmly grounded in the classical tradition, her work also incorporates elements of folk, world music, and even pop, creating a genre-defying blend that appeals to a wide audience. Her compositions are known for their emotional depth, melodic inventiveness, and profound ability to connect with listeners’ hearts and souls. Whether she’s performing a tender solo on the piano or harp or collaborating with international musicians and orchestras, Phamie’s performances are imbued with a sense of passion, sincerity, and an undeniable grace.

In addition to her musical accomplishments, Phamie has been recognized as a cultural ambassador for her contributions to promoting and preserving the traditional music of Scotland. She has performed on prestigious stages around the world and composed numerous albums that have received critical acclaim for both their technical proficiency and emotional depth.

As she continues her musical journey, Phamie Gow remains a beacon of innovation, tradition, and heartfelt expression, touching the lives of those who hear her music and leaving an indelible mark on the world’s musical landscape. Her dedication to her craft, her continuous exploration of new musical territories, and her deep connection to her cultural roots make her not just a musician, but a storyteller, an innovator, and an artist in the truest sense.


Votes are open for this years Classic FM Hall of fame. Why not vote for Phamie? You could vote for:

1. War Song

2. London

3. The Peace Farmer