Highlights from previous years:

2019: Headliner at The Queens Hall, Edinburgh Festival Fringe Show in August with Phamie Gow and Phriends. Guests including Alexander McCall Smith, Fraser Fifield, Su-a Lee, and others. 

October: Headliner and opened for Celtic Colours International Festival with Ashley MacIsaac and The Chieftains. Canada

2015: Special performance for HRH Princess Anne and 1500 VIP guests for the Official Royal Opening of The Lennox Suite in the EICC. Scotland

2015: Won the 2015 Kindred Spirit Award for music. Olympia, London

2012: Performed at the finale of London Olympics

2008

Charity concert for Tibet. Performance with Philip Glass, Ashley MacIsaac, Marisa Monte, Patti Smith Group, Ray Davies in THE CARNEGIE HALL, New York City. February.

2007

15th of April. El auditorium del belgrano. Festival de musica celtia. Argentina

2005: Phamie performed a collaboration with Galician piper, Carlos Núñez. She also recorded her composition ¨Kepa Junkera in a Basque carnival¨ with Kepa Junkera himself in the Basque country, Spain.

2004: Phamie was chosen to perform in Edinburgh`s Usher Hall for the Dalai Lama, and an audience of 1500 people.

2003: As part of winning the `Best newcomer award 2003` Phamie was invited to perform in Broadway, New York in amongst folk legends such as Pete Seeger, Karen Matheson, Phil Cunningham, and many more.

2002: Phamie represented Scotland in the International Celtic Music Festival, Interceltique, in Lorient, France, and later musically directed the play Le Roi Cerf, performed by Le Petit Pied theatre. Plus, stuns Italy with her performances with her new band.

2001: Phamie won an International harp composition competition in Dinan, France, where she performed a solo performance, and gave some workshops.

2000: Premier of Lammermuir with Alasdair Fraser, Eric Rigler, and others, in Celtic Connections festival, Glasgow Scotland. Phamie also performed solo on the same stage as Seamus Heaney in the main auditorium in Glasgow`s Royal concert Hall (2500 people).

1999: The first winner of the `Danny Award` as part of Celtic Connections International music festival, Scotland. Given a New Voices commission to write an hour of music (results being Lammermuir).