The great days of my youth, they were full of expectation


Enya was born as Eithne Patricia Ní Bhraonáin in Gweedore, Ireland.

Wee Morag of the curls down her back


Enya joined her family band Clannad on suggestion of their manager Nicky Ryan and stayed for two years.

Kiss me, I’m Irish!


David Puttnam asked Enya to compose music for his movie ‘The Frog Prince.’ It was the first time Enya was credited as ‘Enya’ and not ‘Eithne.’

Thoughts disappearing like tears from the Moon


Enya recorded soundtrack for the BBC documentary ‘The Celts.’ The music was released as an album titled ‘ENYA.’

Let me sail, let me sail, let me crash upon your shore


Enya released ‘Watermark.’ Its first single ‘Orinoco Flow,’ became a surprise hit and introduced her worldwide.

Mare Nubium. Umbriel. Mare Imbrium. Ariel.


Enya released
Shepherd Moons and won her first Grammy award.

Whispering world, a sigh of sighs, the ebb and the flow of the ocean tides.


Already a firmly established artist, Enya released ‘The Memory of Trees‘ and performed in front of the Pope.

Night has brought to those who sleep only dreams they cannot keep


Enya released ‘Paint the Sky with Stars‘ and bought a castle, cementing her princess-in-the-tower image.

It was beautiful all day, the sweet voices by my side


A Day without Rain‘ came out. The single ‘Only Time‘ received wide attention when it was used in 9/11 media coverage.

O môr henion i dhu: Ely siriar, el síla. Ai! Aníron Undomiel


Enya wrote ‘Aníron’ and ‘May It Be’ for ‘The Fellowship of the Ring’
and received an Oscar nomination.



Enya released ‘Amarantine,’ introducing Roma Ryan‘s fictional language Loxian and an unlimited supply of red gowns.

You have lost yourself in dreaming


Enya released ‘And Winter Came…‘ featuring a selection of Christmas carols and original songs.

It was written in the stars


To sum up 20 years of career, Enya released ‘The Very Best of Enya‘ containing her very best songs and videos.

Boat by boat


Enya came back after a musical break with ‘Dark Sky Island‘.