At her first appearance at the New Hampshire Highland Games, Regina placed first in the senior novice division. In 2003, Regina qualified for the All Ireland Fleadh (competition) in Harp and Vocals. In 1998, Regina released her first CD entitled Geis, collections of Irish ballads and tunes. 2001 brought the release of “Nollaig”, a CD of Irish Christmas music, song, dance and story by the band Reaganta. Regina is prominently featured on a compilation 2003 CD produced by the New Hampshire Council on the Arts, titled “Songs of the Season”.
In 2004 she released another solo CD titled “From These Hands”. Invited as a participant, Regina performed harping, singing and dancing at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival June 1999. At the festival, which draws over one million visitors, Regina also taught ceili dancing, gave a cooking demonstration about Irish soda bread and taught Irish crafts and dance at the children's tent. She repeated these performances at the Celebrate New Hampshire Culture Festival in Hopkinton NH in June 1999. As an artist on the NH State Council on the Arts roster and the Maine Arts Commission, Regina performs and teaches in schools throughout the state. In the classroom, she introduces students to Irish poetry, music, song, dance, history, and literature.
From her home, Regina teaches the harp to students of all ages. Regina performs regularly in pubs in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, is a regular seisiún player, and is an active member of the Hanafin-Cooley Branch of the Boston Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann. For more info, see reginadelaney.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..