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Julie Fowlis is a multi-award winning Gaelic singer who is deeply influenced by her early upbringing in the Outer Hebridean island of North Uist. With a career spanning ten years and four studio albums, her ‘crystalline’ and ‘intoxicating’ vocals have enchanted audiences around the world.

Nominated as ‘Folk Singer of the Year’ at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, and ‘Best Artist’ at the Songlines World Music Awards 2015, Julie is a warm and engaging live performer who has graced stages around the world, from village halls in the Highlands to stages in New York, The Philharmonie de Paris and Shakespeare’s Globe in London.  Recent invitations to perform have included the world-class Festival of Voice in Cardiff and the World Festival of Sacred Music in Fez, Morocco.

Julie’s most recent studio album of traditional songs in Gaelic, ‘Gach Sgeul / Every Story’, was released in 2014, and received five-star glowing reviews from the likes of Songlines World Music magazine, and which led to her and her regular touring band winning ‘Folk Act of the Year 2014’ at the Scots Trad Music Awards, and she also made history as the first Gaelic solo artist to win a Scottish Music Award in December 2014.  She is due to release a new collection of music in 2017.


Julie Fowlis (Scotland) in Video :

Last Albums



Machair Records (2017)

Ecoutez sur Spotify


to listen :

  1. Blackbird / Lon-dubh - Live at Perthshire Amber
  2. Hyg Air a' Bhonaid Mhoir - Live at Perthshire Amber
  3. Tunes and Puirt-A-Bhul Set - Live at Perthshire Amber

Line Up :

Julie Fowlis - voix, whistle

Calum Stewart - uilleann pipes / flûte

Tony Byrne - guitare

Duncan Chisholm - fiddle

Scenic references :

Nuit Celtique avec Philharmonie de Paris;

Festival Interceltique de Lorient;

l'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)







Next Concerts:

Date Places Hour City More info
24/06/22 Festival Celtique de Corbeyrier 22:00 Corbeyrier (Suisse) infos

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