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    Laarni Lozada

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    Laarni was born in Pasig City[2] to William and Nita Losala.[3]. The family moved to Isulan, Sultan Kudarat later on. She has six siblings.[4]

    Laarni was a consistent honor student from elementary to high school. When she was in Grade 5, she worked at the local public market and at the family farm.[4] When she was 15, she left Isulan for Manila.[4] to pursue her education. An aunt from the US supported her in her studies at the School of Music of the Philippine Women's University. However, she decided to shift course from AB Music to BS Education, Major in English, when she realized that most of the music students in the school were from the upper strata of society. She feared that she lacked the eloquence to be part of that kind of milieu.[2] Her musical talent, however, paved the way for her to become a university scholar while working as a student assistant of the school.

    Laarni sang both for passion and for a living. She sang in different social functions, particularly in weddings, joined singing competitions, and accepted guestings. She became a runner-up in the now-defunct "Sing Galing" of ABC5. She won the Rotary Club Intercollegiate/University singing contest, besting 25 other contestants from different schools in Manila by rendering the patriotic anthem "Dakilang Lahi". She also won the National Grand Finals of the "Campus Idol" search by her rendition of "What Kind of Fool Am I?"[5]

    Laarni also joined the PWU Church chorale, the Ambassadors of Light, and the Malate Church Chorale. When she became part of the Coro de San Sebastian, she got the opportunity to sing together with said choral group with the Philippine Madrigal Singers in a Madrigal et al. concert.[5]

    At 16 years old, Laarni sang at the Calesa Bar,[2] she had the opportunity to get musical pointers from the bar's musical director, Rudy Francisco.

    Her musical influences include Celine Dion , Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Charlotte Church , Regine Velasquez, Sheryn Regis, Lea Salonga, Lani Misalucha, Charice Pempengco, Sarah Geronimo , Gary Valenciano, Martin Nievera and Jed Madela.[2]

    [edit] Education
    She graduated from Philippine Women's University in Taft Manila with a degree of Bachelor of Arts, Major in Secondary Education.

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