Beatie Wolfe - Artist Overview
Beatie Wolfe is a first and foremost a songwriter and composer, hailed “groundbreaking and pioneering” by The Independent, “supremely talented” by Monocle and “profound” by The Times. Wolfe’s songwriting echoes the poetic quality of Leonard Cohen, described by GQ as: “beautiful melodies that envelope the listener and delicately describe the poetry and tragedy of relationships.”
Beatie Wolfe was an avid Famous Five fan growing up and very much identified with George and her characteristics. Beatie has a channel on PopJam, the Instagram site for kids, with around half a million followers, age 8-14 and been featured on CITV, Nickelodeon and MTV for her younger audiences.
An innovator as much as a composer - Beatie Wolfe is an Ambassador for Technology for London, has given keynotes all over the world from Apple’s HQ theatre (made famous by Jobs) through to The Royal Institution through to WIRED. This Autumn, Beatie Wolfe will be representing the future of music at the V&A new music blockbuster exhibition “You Say You Want A Revolution?”
Beatie is also co-founder of the “Power of Music & Dementia” research project which has featured on BBC Radio 4, The Times, The Independent, The Guardian and Sky News and won high praise from Stanford’s Research Department through to Oxford University.
Beatie’s three key motivations are 1) being of service, 2) keeping the parameters open to whatever inspires and 3) the importance of one’s intention