Videos & Interviews

Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea in Concert. Crumb, Finnissy

Butterfly from Tabernacle Folk

Darragh Morgan and Michael Finnissy perform Happy 40th Birthday Darragh by Morgan Hayes

Joe Cutler re(Gaia)

Violin Variations by Howard Skempton (world premiere)

Man High by Stephen Deazley

Irreconcilable Truths by Robert Fokkens

Tracing Lines by Robert Fokkens Robin Michael Cello

OSTERFESTIVAL TIROL 2013 | Feldman: John Tilbury & Darragh Morgan

Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea in Concert Coma Summer School

Darragh Morgan with Katie Derham on Sky Arts

Darragh Morgan with Mary Dullea, Comfortable Music by Joe Cutler

Performance of Absence by Timothy Harenda, ICMC 2011, Darragh Morgan on Violin 

Darragh Morgan on Classic Jam

Mirage: a documentary film/installation by Srdan Keca, Messiaen 'Quartet for the end of Time', performed by Darragh Morgan & Geoff Hannon (Piano)

 'White Man Sleeps' by Kevin Volans, performed by The Smith Quartet

Darragh Morgan performs Natural Science by Christopher Fox,soundwavesfestival

Darragh Morgan, Tunde Jegede & Brian OhUiginn, Tabernacle Folk Festival April 2011

Multiplication of Machines - I. Pistons at ICMC 2011

Darragh Morgan premiere of Koorean Air at the Martin Harris Centre, Manchester, UK

Darragh Morgan interview at Kings Place ahead of 'The Irish American' concert series

CMC Performer of the Month March 2007

The Scotsman, 15 November 2008

These are a few of my favourite Things: Darragh Morgan

Book: Rough Guides
TV Series: The Sopranos
Architecture: Hong Kong

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The Independent, 18 August 2010

Katie Derham: 'I feel I have got a part of myself back'

A career in television led to Katie Derham neglecting her childhood passion for the violin. Rediscovering it changed her life and even saw her playing to a live audience. Darragh Morgan, the violinist in the Fidelio Trio, was her mentor.

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Composition:Today, September 2006

Interview with Darragh Morgan by David Bruce

Composition:Today talks to Belfast-born violinist Darragh Morgan who is one of the country's leading advocates of new music.

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Women's Hour, BBC Radio 4, 11 August 2010

Learning a musical instrument later in life

BBC Proms presenter, Katie Derham first learnt to play the violin at the age of eight but has not played for nearly twenty years. So when she was asked to take it up again, and prepare for a performance with professional musicians in front of a paying audience, she was terrified. She and her mentor, Darragh Morgan, join Jenni to discuss how she got on and why it’s never too late to learn a musical instrument.

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Independent Online, 10 October 2010

Music to travel to

Sophie Thompson chatted to six celebs to ask their musical preferences for, and memories of music when travelling.

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