Labhaoise has been singing from an early age both chorally and as a solo performer. She studied vocal training with Daniel McNulty for 8 years and has gained much experience as a soloist, singing live throughout Ireland, as well as in the UK and continental Europe. She has taken part in numerous musical dramatic productions with The Xavier Goodwin Drama School and the Maeve Widger School of Drama.
Venues in which Labhaoise has performed include The Point Theatre (now the O2), the RDS, the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, the National Concert Hall, Crawdaddy, The Academy and The Roisin Dubh among others. She performs primarily as a soloist or as part of a trio but has also been a member of numerous choirs in the past including RTÉ Cór Na nÓg and the Dublin Secondary School Girls Choir.
Labhaoise has a deep appreciation for Irish Traditional music and has toured abroad with the exhilarating and critically acclaimed Irish music &amp; dance shows ‘Ragús’ and 'Celtic Legends'. Both as a soloist and as a member of ‘Musa’, a three-piece vocal harmony group, she performs frequently at a variety of social and corporate events.
Throughout her career, Labhaoise has enjoyed working with a number of top class musicians. Among them, song-writer Len Arran, long time songwriting partner with Skin and Multi-Platinum award winning band Skunk Anansie. They were joined by Maria Angeles Alcala, a gifted Viola player from Cordoba, Spain. This collaboration produced an eponymous 3 track EP, recorded both in Ireland and the UK. Labhaoise has also recorded and performed live with the wonderfully talented Irish singer-songwriter Nigel Place.
In addition to this, Labhaoise has taken part in a number of other recordings. She has appeared on numerous TV programmes including productions for RTE and TG4, and she has sung on a number of Radio programmes for various stations such as 2FM, RTE Radio 1, BBC Radio Ulster and Newstalk 106 to name a few. She was invited to take part in the IMRO Showcase Tour 2007 and was included on the IMRO Compilation CD for that year
Having studied flute as well as music theory for a number of years, Labhaoise has benefited from a well-rounded musical education and also enjoys playing guitar, a skill that has been self-taught.