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Garth McConaghie

Garth is passionate and empathetic about creating music and sound for mixed media platforms. He has worked extensively as a composer, sound designer, musical director and music producer for studios, theatre, film and television. Garth's work has been performed and broadcast all over the UK, Ireland and internationally as part of theatrical productions, exhibitions, television and radio.

Recent Theatre Credits include: Grace Online, A Song for Eurydice and Macbeth (Youth Music Theatre UK, Lyric Theatre Belfast, and Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2015), Christmas Eve Can Kill You (Marie Jones, Lyric Theatre, Belfast), Egg, (touring USA, 2016), A Spell of Cold Weather, Duck, Death and the Tulip, Nivelli's War (touring, 2014, and going to Lyirc Theatre Belfast and New Victory Theatre, Broadway, New York, 2017), The Gift and Shh! We Have a Plan (Cahoots NI), The Scarlet Web (Big Telly), Mistletoe & Crime (Marie Jones, Lyric Theatre Belfast), Sometimes There's Light [Sometimes There's Dark] (Moving Dust, Asylum, London, and touring, 2014), God of Carnage (Prime Cut Productions), Crazy (GBL Productions), My English Tongue, My Irish Heart (Green Shoot Productions)

Co-writer/Producer/Arranger: Blessed Be the One, Joanne (sister of Johnny) Cash / Malachi Cush (BBC Fame Academy) and chamber group from the Ulster Orchestra (Number 1, NCM Charts, USA)

Recent TV/Radio Credits include: My Mother and Other Strangers (forthcoming BBC period drama), Malaria, Comic Relief / FIFA World Cup Closing Ceremony (BBC, Flickerpix, dir. Richard Curtis), Days Like This (BBC NI, nominated for IFTA), Wee Wise Words (BBC NI), Not Now Farley (BBC Learning Zone), On The Air (BBC NI), Ulster Volunteers (RTE), A Year in Sex City (DoubleBand Films/BBC NI)