With her feet firmly rooted in the acting and singing tradition of Älvdalen, Lena Willemark has long been winning over folk-music audiences both in Sweden and internationally. She is a trendsetter and a source of inspiration for the new generation of Swedish folk-singers, and a veteran in the world of folk-music. She is also a well-known player of the Härjedal flute, a national folkmusician and a composer. At the same time she appears with some of Sweden’s most successful folk-music groups such as Frifot with Per Gudmundson and Ale Möller, and ethno jazz group Enteli with Jonas Knutsson, Bengt Berger and others. There have been many recordings over the years, both as a solo artist and with her own band, as well as in other collaborations. Her first disc was entitled När som gräset det vajar (1989, Amigo) which has become a true classic. For her latest recording, Älvdalens Elektriska (2006, Digi), she returns to her passion, songs from Älvdalen.