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Lasairfhíona (pronounced Lah-sah-reena) is a singer / songwriter deeply rooted in the sean-nós singing style of her home on Inishere, Aran Islands in the West of Ireland, and equally, her innovative approach to Irish music and her new slant on traditional singing makes her endeavors more appealing. The result is a magical mosaic of sound, as refreshing and as unpredictable as a showery day inside in Aran. A graduate in Celtic Studies from Trinity College Dublin, a broad range of contemporary music has influenced her singing.

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