Gerry O'Connor is in constant demand as a recording and touring artist.

Please use the drop-down menu under projects to discover more about the many line-ups and recordings with which Gerry is involved.



In October 2004, Gerry released his solo album 'Journeyman', which traces his musical development and experiences as a skilled performer in the traditional art of fiddle playing. Each of the twelve carefully crafted tracks celebrate the rich musical heritage of the great master musicians of the last century.


This and other recordings are available to purchase in the STORE

I am an Irish fiddle player, music producer and label owner of Lughnasa Music. Please check out on my projects page the various activities I am presently involved in;  these include performing, teaching, arranging and producing.


 A selection of CDs are available from the Store, including Lá Lugh, Skylark, Journeyman and all more recent projects on which I am working: Oirialla, Jig Away the Donkey and a live Duo album with longtime musical partner, Breton guitarist Gilles le Bigot .


The long awaited album Bilingua by Eithne Ní Uallacháin is now available at Gael Linn label. Please visit Eithne's website for lots of photos and details abouth Eithne's life and her music. 


Recent developments include the publication of Cathal McConnell's song collection "I Have Travelled this Country" and, in collaboration with Fintan Vallely, we have created a mixed media one hour concert presentation of Fintan's  "Companach", the definitive Encyclopedia of Irish Music.


I continue to play as guest musician with  the wonderful White Raven vocal trio  and the celebrated and highly successful veterans of the Irish folk music scene The Irish Rovers. Check out these activities under Projects. 


I also manage a business in Violin Restoration and Sales under O'Connor Violins.


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06 John Jo Gardiner and Gerry Seisiún 1974.jpg

Seisiun was a traditional music, song and dance carbaret first produced in Dundalk by Rory Kennedy in 1972. As part of the show John Joe Gardiner and me would play a duet piece; often the "Star of Munster and the Boys of the Lough." Crowds of up to 500 people came to the show in the summer months of 1972 -75 when I was in the show.