Conor Murray

Described by theTimes as a bassist who "plays with energy and a firm tone across the instrument’s full range"

27-year-old, Conor Murray grew up in rural County Donegal in a musical family. After having a chance to explore many instruments and styles of music he found a passion for jazz in his early teens. In 2015 he moved to Glasgow to study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, under the direction of Tommy Smith and gained experience performing in many of Scotland’s jazz clubs with some of the country’s top musicians as a first call sideman.

2021 saw the release of his debut album 'Murrays Law' on Lyte Records which was received positively with interviews and reviews in Hot Press, IMC and All About Jazz.

Since 2022 Conor has been living in London where he has become a regular performer working with many notable artists including Tony Kofi, Jean Toussaint, Phil Robson, Christine Tobin and Meilana Gillard.

In 2024 Conor had the opportunity to spend 4 months in New York studying at the Tribeca Institute of Jazz led by Grant Stewart, studying with the renowned bassists David Wong and Paul Sikivie and absorbing the rich musical culture of New York.