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A graduate in Music Education from Trinity College Dublin/RIAM, Oisín began playing fiddle at a young age in Co. Clare, subsequently moving to Co. Sligo and developing a deep interest in the playing style of the North Connacht region. Following the release of acclaimed solo album, "Ar an bhFidil" (Green Linnet) in 2003, Oisín was subsequently featured in renowned US magazine “Strings” and described by The Irish Echo's Earle Hitchner as "one of the most gifted and creative traditional fiddlers playing today." Founder of noted group Téada, Oisín is a regular solo performer, having appeared as guest soloist with the Southern Georgia Symphony Orchestra in the US, and performed at specialist music festivals such as Masters of Tradition.