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DARRAGH MORGAN

Irish violinist Darragh Morgan (b. 1974) has given world premières of works dedicated by major contemporary composers such as Arvo Pärt, Sir John Tavener, Kevin Volans, Gerald Barry and Michael Finnissy. He has collaborated with artists including Thomas Adès, Emmanuel Pahud and Nicholas Daniel and led Ensemble Modern, the London Sinfonietta, the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and Les Siècles, working closely with conductors Pierre Boulez, François-Xavier Roth, Oliver Knussen and Heinz Holliger. He has appeared as a conductor with Crash Ensemble, the Cyprus Chamber Orchestra, the Johannesburg Festival Orchestra, the KZNPO and conducted the première of Amir Tafreshipour’s opera The Doll Behind the Curtain at King’s Place, London. As a soloist, he has performed at the Wien Modern, the Festival d’Automne Paris, the Osterfestival Tirol, the Lucerne Festival, a BBC Chamber Music Prom, and in venues in Aldeburgh, Spitalfields, Cheltenham, and at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. He is a founding member of The Fidelio Trio and plays an 1848 Giuseppe Rocca violin, generously on loan from the Morgan-Rocca Instrument Trust which is administered by The Royal Society of Musicians.

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