Calling County Clare is joyful Celtic piano dance with the addition voice, Irish Whistle and rhythm. As the first track on Moving Through Worlds (find on all music platforms) it celebrates the idea of past, origins and ancestors. Set on multiple shores from my home in Australia to the coastline of Ireland, the video crosses worlds and visits places I feel connected to and yet have never visited.
My 2020 was meant to be spent exploring my Celtic heritage but as the world changed and travel became impossible, my focus became more creative. This video bridges that gap, and reaches out to touch the rugged shores and cliffs of Ireland in a visual sense and at I time when I can’t do so myself.
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About Fiona Joy Hawkins
Fiona Joy Hawkins is a mainstream Composer/Pianist/Vocalist with an international following, whom she greets weekly with pandemic-inspired, live-streamed concerts. The event’s growing success might be attributable to a combination of her musical talent, a love for her fans, and her disarming Aussie humour. Her latest album is Moving Through Worlds, produced by Will Ackerman (founder, Windham Hill Records) and Tom Eaton, for her own label, Little Hartley Music. A prolific composer, she has always been The world has rewarded the music with over 100 awards and nominations. Her song ‘Grace’ was on a GRAMMY® winning album in 2014. In 2016, she won two categories of the Independent Music Awards at Lincoln Centre in New York; since 2008’s Blue Dream, several albums have won Best Piano Album by global radio chart, The ZMR Awards in creating music that evokes images, emotions and tells stories. When she is not touring around the world at venues like NYC’s Carnegie Hall/Weill Hall, the New Orleans Jazz Museum, Sydney Opera House (MusicOz Awards), and China’s most stunning concert halls, she escapes to her home in a small village of 1027 people in NSW Australia. Her most memorable events include playing live on Echoes/PRI Radio, accompanying Deepak Chopra in NYC, giving a concert for the Mason and Hamlin Piano Festival in LA, Sydney Women’s International Jazz Festival, and playing with FLOW at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles.