About

Úna Ní Fhlannagáin is a harper and singer based in Galway, Ireland. Rooted in the jigs and reels of North Clare and the sean-nós singing of Connemara, she is also influenced by American post-minimalists and free jazz. Playing music since age 3, she has since performed all over Europe, and in North America, the Middle East, and Asia. Artistic collaborations include Celtic music icon Alan Stivell, Grammy-winner Bobby McFerrin, and free jazz legend, Anthony Braxton. Passionate about music education, she is the first, and so far only, Irish harpist to qualify as a Suzuki harp teacher. A soulful performer, she strives to create emotional connection with her audience; to bring solace and joy. Her current obsessions are Excel spreadsheets, trying to figure out what to put on her first album, and tofu…