Oisín Morrison – Harp
Oisín Morrison is a flute player, harper and composer who has taught and performed extensively at festivals at home in Ireland and abroad in the United Kingdom, France, America and Canada.
He has performed and shared the stage with a variety of distinguished musicians and groups including Mick O’Brein, Téada, Steve Cooney, Peadar Ó Riada, Cóir Chúil Aodha, Mikie Smyth, Zoe Conway, John McIntyre, Beoga, the UCD Choral Scholars and the National Folk Orchestra.
Oisín has featured on albums such as ‘Be Off’ by fiddler Aidan Connolly and on ‘Onóir’, a collection of compositions by Peadar Ó Riada commemorating 1916.
Over the last ten years, Oisín has been in demand as a teacher and performer at many festivals, including the Willie Clancy Summer School, Meitheal, An Chúirt Chruitireachta, Scoil Cheoil na Botha, Scoil Éigse, Cruinniú na bhFliúit and Lorient’s Inter Celtic Festival.
He has won numerous awards for his music including Bonn Óir Sheáin Uí Riada, the Oireachtas and Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann. He was also a UCD Ad Astra Performing Arts scholar while he completed a first class Masters in Irish literature.