Price Free
Category Classes
Published date 01/11/2016
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Country United Kingdom


Phamie Gow is an award winning Internationally renowned performer/composer/artiste. She has lectured in Royal Academies in composition, and often holds masterclasses in both the celtic harp and piano. Having graduated from the RSAMD and studied with the late concert pianist and composer, Ronald Stevenson in the early 2000's, Phamie certainly has gone leaps and bounds since then, with regular radio play on Classic fm and other National radio stations in the UK and is currently sitting at the number one most played artist in Caffe Nero. Phamie has lived in many countries, though is originally from Scotland, which is where she now abides. When not touring, Phamie is very happy to offer piano and celtic modern harp lessons in Edinburgh (Marchmont).




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    Location: Oxfordshire, Oxford, United Kingdom


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