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Trinití was a Dublin-based female vocal trio, composed of Eve O'Donnell, Laura Cunningham, and Sharon Moran.


Laura Cunningham, Sharon Moran and Eve O'Donnell met in Dublin. They were all blonde and were all in their early twenties. The three girls sang barefoot practising the "Alexander Technique" while singing. Produced by Ross Cullum, the sound of their debut album was similar to his earlier productions for Clannad and Moya Brennan. Cullum has also worked on albums with Enya and Paul McCartney.[citation needed]

Trinití's first album was released in Ireland on 6 June 2007.[1] The album reached No.1 in the Irish classical chart. The group won Best Traditional Act at Belfast's Big Buzz Awards, as well as The Irish Post Award for Best Newcomer of 2007. Trinití toured and supported G4 and Aled Jones in two extensive UK and Irish tours. Trinití split in early 2008.[why?]Vocalist Laura Cunningham has since started a career in the Irish media, presenting fashion on breakfast show Ireland AM on Ireland's TV3 and writing for an Irish newspaper.[citation needed]



First Released Title UK Chart Label Notes
19 June 2006 Trinití 28 UCJ


First Released Title UK Chart Label Notes
22 May 2006 Rose on Water UCJ Debut single, Product Code 985 507-9


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