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“Singer and harpist Siobhan Owen may have left Anglesey for Australia, but she's kept true to her Celtic roots. At 16, she's already released two CDs of her folk music and was named South Australia's most outstanding emerging artist at their folk awards. And she would love to return to Wales to perform her own arrangements of traditional folk songs. "I love Bryn Terfel's voice, and if he invited me I'd love to sing at his festival," said Siobhan. "I met Aled Jones when he came over once, and gave him my CD. He said we might sing together one day, too." Very popular at St David's Day celebrations, Siobhan has also turned her hand to the Welsh tradition of the eisteddfod, Aussie-style. "I won the junior vocal championship at the Adelaide eisteddfod in 2009," she said. "But I'd love to come over and compete in the Welsh eisteddfod." Siobhan is currently studying classical music at Adelaide University but will be coming back to see her relatives in Wales and perform as soon as she can. ”