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Dom La Nena: Tempo review – lighthearted enchantment | Pop and rock

Dom La Nena, the stage name of Brazilian cellist Dominique Pinto, means “Dom the Little Girl”, an allusion to Pinto’s time as a child prodigy. Born in Brazil, she spent her teenage years studying cello in Buenos Aires with the renowned Christine Walevska before a pop apprenticeship backing Jane Birkin. La Nena’s debut, 2013’s Ela, announced a distinctive talent, comfortable hopping between genres and languages (Portuguese, Spanish, French), understated but captivating, a one-off. Except, that is, when she’s alongside Moriarty’s Rosemary Standley as vocal duo Birds on a Wire, covering...
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