Harpist Phamie wins ‘Kindred Spirit’ Award

Westruther harpist Phamie Gow who won the Kindred Spirit Award at the London Wellbeing Festival.
Westruther harpist Phamie Gow who won the Kindred Spirit Award at the London Wellbeing Festival.

Westruther musician Phamie Gow has won a Kindred Spirit Award in the music category at the London Wellbeing Festival held at the iconic London Olympia last week.

The award was presented to Phamie after a special appearance performing her ground breaking and innovative compositions on the electro-harp.

Phamie won the coveted award for music that ‘touched the heart and stirred the soul’.

Phamie has achieved national acclaim for her piano composition ‘War Song’ heard regularly on Classic FM and she is the most played artist in the Cafe Nero chain of coffee shops.

Currently based in Barcelona, she recently performed at the opening by Princess Anne of the renowned Lennox Suite at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) and followed this with a successful concert at The Queen’s Hall Edinburgh.

Phamie has composed for film and a recent project was writing for an animation of the Chauvet Cave (La Grotte Chauvet) and this was recently shown on French television.