Videos & Interviews

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

‘re(GAIA)’ by Joe Cutler.

‘Violin Variations’ by Howard Skempton (World premiere).

‘Man High’ by Stephen Deazley.

‘Tracing Lines’ by Robert Fokkens with Robin Michael, Cello.

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

‘Comfortable Music’ by Joe Cutler. Darragh Morgan with Mary Dullea.

Darragh Morgan with Katie Derham on Sky Arts.

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, soundwaves festival.

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.


TEMPO, Cambridge University Press, July 2017

PROFILE: DARRAGH MORGAN

TEMPO journal, issue 71. Interview and profile.

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Bandcamp.com/Bandcamp Daily, May 2017

The Unorthodox Violin Work of Darragh Morgan

Phil Freeman’s interview with Darragh and album review of For Violin and Electronics released on DiaTribe records.

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Independent Online, 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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The Scotsman, 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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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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