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Simon Quigley

Simon Quigley is a composer, arranger and pianist was born in Dublin. He is releasing his new Crimson Gown EP in collaboration with singer song writers Miriam Ingram and Fiach Moriarty. He has worked with many very successful solo artists and was a member of Dublin indie rock group Sack. Always pursuing different musical forms, he has performed with many distinctive artists.

These performers have included, Camille O’Sullivan, Briana Corrigan, and Edwyn Collins. As a recording artist he has recorded with Dave Couse, Fiach Moriarty and Brian Brody. He also recorded a part operatic piece with soprano Clare Kavanagh and singer songwriter Martin McCann.

As a Pianist and Keyboard player, he performed on two Dave Couse‘s solo albums. Edwyn Collins produced the first one, titled, Genes. The second release, The World Should Know, saw Couse nominated for best Irish Solo Artist. It was also nominated for best Irish Album, most recently known as the Choice Music Prize.

He has composed music for TV series and documentaries, for Irish broadcaster RTÉ. His musical influences range from Rufus Wainwright, Kraftwerk, to Steve Reich, John Grant and Philip Glass.

Simon Quigley is a composer, arranger and pianist was born in Dublin. He is releasing his new Crimson Gown EP in collaboration with singer song writers Miriam Ingram and Fiach Moriarty. He has worked with many very successful solo artists and was a member of Dublin indie rock group Sack. Always pursuing different musical forms, he has performed with many distinctive artists.

These performers have included, Camille O’Sullivan, Briana Corrigan, and Edwyn Collins. As a recording artist he has recorded with Dave Couse, Fiach Moriarty and Brian Brody. He also recorded a part operatic piece with soprano Clare Kavanagh and singer songwriter Martin McCann.

As a Pianist and Keyboard player, he performed on two Dave Couse‘s solo albums. Edwyn Collins produced the first one, titled, Genes. The second release, The World Should Know, saw Couse nominated for best Irish Solo Artist. It was also nominated for best Irish Album, most recently known as the Choice Music Prize.

He has composed music for TV series and documentaries, for Irish broadcaster RTÉ. His musical influences range from Rufus Wainwright, Kraftwerk, to Steve Reich, John Grant and Philip Glass.


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