Peter Govan was Born in Edinburgh Scotland. When studying Art and performance arts, Peter first heard overtone singing in a music improvisation group in Chichester west Sussex.
Peter Govan has delighted audiences with his Overtone singing concerts, playing Indian Harmonium and his original compositions, blending Mongolian throat singing, Indian Kirtans, traditional Scottish music, Songs of the selki seal people and eastern harmonies to produce soulful ambient music and CD’s with soaring vocal harmonies for many years, that have been enjoyed the world over and used by the BBC.
He appeared on Britain's got Talent in 2010, combining Harmonic Overtone singing, The Scottish Selkie Seal Song & Indian Harmonium and got through to the last 120 acts in the country out of 100,000 acts.
eter has also taught Harmonic Overtone Singing Workshops locally and internationally for many years with a focus of vocal self discovery through the body; individually and as a group, using Harmonium, Tibetan singing bowls, bells and wind gongs, toning, chanting, music improvisation and world music.
Voice & Indian Harmonium (a bit like an accordion but softer sound)
David Hykes CD “Hearing Solar winds. Huun Huur Tu. Altai Kai. Lisa Gerrard. Noirin ni Rain. Tim & Jeff Buckley. Tran Quang Hai. Tserendaava. Traditional Scottish Music. Traditional Indian Chants & sacred Mantras. Taize chants. Gaelic psalms. Ivor Cutler.