“Hogmanay, Music Network Tour, Celtic Connections & ‘Port’”
Julie’s last performance of 2016 was as part of the BBC ALBA 'Cèilidh na Bliadhn' Uire' Hogmanay celebrations, live from Stirling and broadcast ‘live’ on BBC ALBA. If you missed it on New Year’s Eve itself, there is still time to catch it on the BBC iPLayer:-
As posted at the end of November last year, Julie was delighted to announce her involvement in an exciting and brand new musical line-up for the Music Network Tour project 2017. Performing alongside award-winning Kris Drever from Orkney, violin virtuoso Aoife Ní Bhriain and ground-breaking concertina player Pádraig Rynne, this group are currently in the midst of a nine show Tour throughout Ireland (with only 2 shows to go!). Full line-up information and tour dates can be found here at the Music Network Tour site or at the Tour Dates page.
Celtic Connections is here again, and as announced also last November, Julie is to be involved in several shows. Along with the band, Julie will perform at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Main Auditorium in an exciting triple bill with Altan and Mary Chapin Carpenter on January 30th. She will also sing as part of the 'Starless' concert with Paul McGeechan in the Mitchell Theatre on January 27th. Full ticketing links and details can be found here. There will also be some surprise appearances from Julie during the festival...keep your eyes peeled!
Finally, the latest (& third) Series of ‘Port’; presented by Julie and her close friend Muireann NicAmhlaoibh; is currently being broadcast on BBC Alba TV. If you want to watch it ‘live’, the 4th Episode is being broadcast tonight (Monday 23 January) on BBC Alba TV at 10.00pm (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06vjl58). If you have missed the earlier episodes you can catch them on the BBC iPlayer via the following link:- http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06vjl58/episodes/player
Nov 27 2016
“Music Network Tour, Celtic Connections and Hogmanay”
Nov 25 2016
“St Andrew's Night Concert LIVE STREAM”
Tomorrow night (November 26th) Julie will perform as part of a special St Andrew's night celebration which will be streamed live online to audiences around the world.
Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain will join forces with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra for a St Andrew's Day Party. Julie will perform specially arranged songs with Phil, Aly and the orchestra and other special guests include the incredible Eddi Reader, students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and pipers from the Youth Pipe Band of Scotland.
You can tune into the live stream at 7.30pm tomorrow on the RSNO website, Facebook or YouTube channel. Links below. Enjoy!
Oct 28 2016
“Perthshire Amber 2016”
Following a successful tour of the USA, Julie returns home to perform at the wonderful Perthshire Amber Festival next week. Her duo performance with husband, Éamon Doorley, at Murthly Castle has been sold out for several months, but there are a few tickets left for the ‘Dougie MacLean and Friends’ concert in Perth Royal Concert Hall, where Julie and Éamon will perform as guests, on Saturday 5th November. For tickets and further information see http://www.perthshireamber.com
Oct 10 2016
“Julie Features in ‘Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands’ TV Programme ”
In the final episode of the series; “Off the Map: North Rona and the Monach Islands”; presenter Paul Murton, embarks on his most difficult island Grand Tour to date. Every destination has been long abandoned by people, there are no ferries, no piers or proper landings at these islands making it quite a challenge to get there. Paul's journey sees him travel to the once-inhabited island of Heisgeir (The Monach Islands), sail around the gannet city of Sula Sgeir and endure rough seas to finally make landfall on the extraordinarily remote island of North Rona.
Julie, who has family roots on Heisgeir that go back generations, joins Paul in this Episode as she searches for her great great grandmother’s house.
The programme will be broadcast tonight (Monday 10 October) at 7.30pm on BBC1 Scotland. For full programme details/information, video clips and to watch the programme in full again (after the broadcast) via the BBC TV iPlayer, visit this link:
Julie with the brilliant Québécois quartet 'Le Vent du Nord' perform “Noces Tragique”.
Gach sgeul, the new album, OUT NOW
Julie Fowlis performing Hè Gràdh Hò Gràdh’ on BBC's Transatlantic Sessions
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