Julie Fowlis (Scotland)

Unique voice from Scotland

Julie Fowlis (Scotland)

Unique voice from Scotland

Julie Fowlis (Scotland)

Unique voice from Scotland

Discography

Julie Fowlis

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Biography

The classy singer and musician Julie Fowlis from the Hebrides Islands (North of Scotland) is a reference in the Gaelic music scene.

With numerous awards (‘Folk Act of the Year 2014’ at the Scots Trad Music Awards; BBC Award 2017…) she is the first solo Gaelic artist to win a Scottish Music Award in December 2014. Her traditional folk songs, in English or Gaelic, add to her explorations into other musical genres and lead her to work with equally talented musicians such as the young fiddler Nicola Benedetti or the singers Aled Jones, James Taylor and Mary Chapin Carpenter. During her concerts, she is accompanied by famous musicians (Eamon Doorley, accordion; Calum Stewart, uilleann pipes/flute; Tony Byrne, guitar; Duncan Chisholm, fiddle) in quartet or quintet.

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Lineup

  • Julie Fowlis - vocal, whistle
  • Calum Stewart - uilleann pipes / flûte
  • Tony Byrne - guitar
  • Duncan Chisholm - fiddle

Stage references

Nuit Celtique avec Philharmonie de Paris ; Festival Interceltique de Lorient ; Espace Prévert -scène des musiques du monde à Savigny-Le-Temple ; Cérémonie de Thiepval (2016) ; La Nuit Bretonne au Château des Ducs (Nantes) ; Festival Celti’cimes (Albiez Montrond)

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