Ronan Murray

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Rónán Murray (b. 5 June 1977, Dublin, Ireland) is an Irish musician. From a musical family, his earliest piano lessons were with his late father, Ciarán. Rónán attended Blackrock College, a school for boys in south Dublin where his musical gifts were further nurtured. He was chapel organist during his school days there. Subsequent organ studies with Peter Sweeney at the Dublin Conservatory of Music and Drama were complemented by masterclasses from such leading organists as James David Christie and Ben van Oosten. Positions held by Rónán include organist of St. Stephen's church, Killiney (1989–1991) and assistant organist of the Unitarian church, Dublin (1993–1996). Since November 1996, he has been organist of St. Joseph's church , Glasthule, Dublin.

He is active as a freelance organist, pianist and composer. With a repertoire covering everything from traditional music and jazz piano, to classical organ music and improvisation, Murray also writes and performs his own songs. He has made numerous radio and television broadcasts and is much in demand both as a solo artist and collaborator. Appearances include the first Cork International Pipe Organ Festival in 2005 and a...
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