Since the age of six, I was trained classically on the violin, switched to the viola at the age of about 11, and took up the trombone at university. Since coming to Ireland in 2016, I have immersed myself in Irish trad music and ballads. I made very good friends playing music in pubs and have come a long way musically. At least, that’s what people tell me and I think so myself. I’m back playing the fiddle, but I try out other instruments as well.
I still play the viola in a string quartet whenever time and COVID allows us to meet.
Made Behind the Bar: “Black Is The Colour”,
7 tracks, recorded with Conor King (banjo, guitar, vocals) in Berlin, 2017.
Mick Citern Walsh: “Put the Ha’penny Down“,
2 tracks on 13 track album, recorded with Mick Citern Walsh and Gerry Walsh in Freshford, Co. Kilkenny, 2019.
Abbeyfolk: A Flying Visit, recorded November 2019 in Abbeyleix, Co. Laois.
(Contrary to what the back cover says, I did not do vocals on this one.)