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    Julie Fowlis Shares ‘Brave’ Voice at Carrollton Center for The Arts

    Julie Fowlis

    Award-winning singer Julie Fowlis brings her exquisite voice and
    celebration of Scottish Gaelic culture to the Carrollton Center for the Arts October 11th at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available now: $20 Adults, $10 Youth. Click the link below: https://cprcad.myboxoffice.us/program/julia-fowlis-1156

    “What a wonderful opportunity to have this award-winning international artist come to Carrollton to perform,” said Arts Superintendent Tim Chapman. Carrollton is one of only two performances in the state for Fowlis this year.

    Fowlis has collaborated with artists such as violinist Nicola Benedetti and singers Aled Jones, James Taylor and Mary Chapin Carpenter. She sang the hit theme song to Disney/Pixar’s
    Oscar-winning animated film, Brave, set in the ancient highlands of Scotland.

    Her vocals are influenced by her upbringing in the island of North Uist — the last area in Scotland where Scots Gaelic is as prominent as English. Julie was nominated for BBC Radio 2’s Folk Awards 2015, as Folk Singer of the Year and Best Artist at the Songlines World Music Awards and was the first solo Gaelic singer to be radio playlisted on the BBC.

    For questions concerning this performance or the Carrollton Center for the Arts, please call Tim Chapman, Arts Superintendent at (770) 838-1083.