Hailing from the Outer Hebrides and now in the Highlands, Julie Fowlis is a multi-award-winning singer. Her music is rooted in her Hebridean upbringing and Highland surroundings. With ‘crystalline’ vocals, she’s known for enchanting global audiences. Her fame includes singing themes for ‘Brave,’ Disney Pixar’s acclaimed animated film set in the Scottish highlands. She has won BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards’ ‘Folk Singer of the Year.’ Performing globally, she has graced Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall, and even had a flower named after her. She is an artist who spans many genres, collaborating with icons and contributing to major projects. As Scotland’s first ‘Tosgaire na Gàidhlig,’ she holds honorary degrees and lends her voice to international initiatives, including the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights Project, recording it in Scottish Gaelic.