Phamie Gow live at Greyfriars Kirk
Fri 27 Oct 7.30pm
Join us for a unique evening of enchanting live music from Phamie Gow with two course supper, to help raise vital funds for Grassmarket Community Project.
To celebrate the launch of Phamie’s latest album, Grassmarket Community Project is proud to present this rare opportunity to enjoy the brilliant music of this celebrated composer and performer. We invite you to join us for an exquisite live performance and a delicious two course supper, in the glorious surrounds of Greyfriars Kirk.
An intimate cabaret style setting, tickets are limited, so make sure to book early!
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About Phamie Gow
Phamie is a gifted musician, celebrated in the Classic FM Hall of Fame 2021, and has played at venues including New York’s Carnegie Hall, the opening of the Scottish Parliament and the closing ceremony for the London Olympics.
She is recognised as being one of the most innovative harpists and her piano compositions have created a new wave of classical crossover music. Collaborations have been with Philip Glass, Ashley MacIsaac, Carlos Nuñez, Alan Stivell, LMO orchestra, McOpera String Quartet, Band of Horses, and many more.
“A virtuoso who can tickle and glide across the strings just as majestically as Harpo Marx once did. Her enthralling and slightly unnerving music was enough to give even Mike Oldfield goosebumps.” Barry Gordon, The Evening News. The Scotsman
“Breathtaking!” Living Tradition
“Full of melody and surprise” Philip Glass
“One of The Great Composers” Classic FM
A fundraising event for GCP
Grassmarket Community Project takes an innovative approach to providing sanctuary and support to participants, many of whom are amongst the most vulnerable of our citizens. Through mentoring, social enterprise and education in a nurturing environment, the project develops skills enabling participants to realise their potential and reconnect with themselves, others and the wider community.
Our CEO, Helene, explains why this event is so important for GCP;
“Whilst this event is a vital fundraiser for our charity, Phamie is an incredible artist and we are honoured to be hosting her incredible talents. Here at GCP, we bring people together through art, music and crafts, coupled with the sharing of delicious home cooked food, and this event highlights this inclusive approach. Come and enjoy a wonderful evening of truly fantastic music and fine food, whilst supporting our work to empower some of the most disadvantaged people in our community.”
Pease join us for an exceptional evening. It’s a great way to support the essential work we do!
This event is kindly supported by Greyfriars at 12.
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Dancing Hands Album cover – Paul Gerben. Phamie Gow images – Aitken Pearson