Oisín Morrison, originally from Dublin but now living in Cork, is a talented harper, flute player, piano player, and composer. He has an extensive background in teaching and performing at festivals both in Ireland and abroad, with numerous appearances on television and radio. Oisín has been recognized with various awards, including the prestigious Bonn Óir Sheáin Uí Riada, the Oireachtas, and Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann. Recently, he was honored with the 2020 Visionary scheme by Trad Ireland. During his time as a UCD Ad Astra Performing Arts scholar, he completed his Masters in Irish literature, specializing in the music and song of Turlough O’Carolan. Notable works include the composition of the ‘Clann Lir’ suite in 2016 and his appointment as composer in residence with Cork’s youth group, Ensemble Mhúscraí, where he crafted a suite of music inspired by the poetry of Seán Ó Ríordáin in 2020.