Phamie Gow’s harp playing has been described as “the sound of four instruments at once” and ranging from “celtic to electric, taming each instrument of it’s own individual sounds, with the lightest of touch or with the vitality of a rock star.”
Through her 8 albums, Phamie Gow’s diverse range of musical talents and her collaborations with other artists have brought a strong new breadth of undeniable talent to both classical/celtic crossover music. At an early age Phamie was already described as “an extraordinary talent and a definite rising star” and her sixth album “Road of the Loving Heart” goes further to establish that, making a huge and emotive impact on new wave Piano composition of the 21st century. Phamie is currently the number 1 most played artist in Cafe Nerro throughout the UK and is regularly featured on Classic FM, Europe’s most successful classical music radio station.
Phamie Gow studied with pianist and composer, Ronald Stevenson before training at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. She has played for the Dalai Lama, which warranted her a 5 star review from The Scottsman, and has worked with highly notable artists like Carlos Nunez, Ashley MacIsaac and Marissa Monte.