There is an undeniable chemistry between these two musicians, and no wonder as they are mother and daughter.
Delyth Jenkins who plays the Celtic harp was a founding member of the pioneering instrumental trio Aberjaber and also has a successful career as a soloist.
Angharad Jenkins plays fiddle with the group Calan which burst onto the Welsh folk scene like a breath of fresh air. They have released four albums to date and have travelled to the four corners of the world.
After several invitations to perform together at festivals and arts centres across south Wales, Delyth and Angharad decided to form a duo, and from the start they have been affectionately known as DnA. Their first album Adnabod received excellent reviews. Their new album Llinyn Arian includes a mixture of some of Wales’s finest and perhaps lesser known traditional tunes, as well as original compositions written and inspired by Delyth and Angharad’s own personal journeys over the last few years. Their music is a winning fusion of the traditional and the innovative.