Musician, Beoga
Eamonn Murray
Musician, Beoga
Eammon Murray is bodhran player and percussionist in the band Beoga (gaelic for ‘lively’) based in County Antrim, in the north of Ireland. Eamon Murray from Randalstown, Co. Antrim, Ireland is one of the most respected bodhrán players in Irish music. He is described by Johnny McDonagh (De Dannan/Arcady) as “the future of bodhrán playing”, and by the Irish Echo’s Earle Hitchner as “one of the most captivating bodhrán players I've heard in years”.

Eamon’s creativity and cutting edge style are a major influence on young bodhrán players today and he has conducted master classes throughout Europe, USA, Canada and Australasia. He is equally in demand as a recording artist and live performer. Eamon has performed with many renowned artists including Solas, Cara Dillon, the BBC Ulster Orchestra, Brian Finnegan, Liz Carroll and John Doyle, Kevin Burke, Moya Brennan, Laura Cortese and Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin to name but a few.

Eamon has held the All-Ireland Bodhrán title on four occasions.