Ruaidhri Mannion is an Irish composer and sonic artist living in London. He is a Royal College of Music Scholar, completing his doctorate under the supervision of Dr.
Bernadette Marmion was born and educated in Dublin. She studied piano with Rhona Marshall and composition with A. J. Potter at the Royal Irish Academy of Music.
Pianist and composer Philip Martin was born in Dublin and studied with Mabel Swainson, Franz Reizenstein, Lennox Berkeley and Richard Rodney Bennett.
Belfast-born Neil Martin is a composer and musician with an international reputation who enjoys a most varied and rewarding career.
Born in 1936, Colin Mawby is widely known as a choral conductor and composer.
Simon Mawhinney was born in Co. Down, Northern Ireland and was educated at the universities of Oxford, York and Queen’s, Belfast, where he was appointed Lecturer in Music in June 2006.
Frederick May was born in Dublin and began his studies at the Royal Irish Academy of Music with John Larchet.
Mary McAuliffe was born in Cork and studied music at University College Cork. Her works, which include instrumental, vocal, choral, children’s music, film soundtracks and opera, are performed and
Patrick McCormack was born in Limerick in 1934.
Eunan McCreesh studied at the University of Ulster Jordanstown and completed his PhD in Composition at Queen's University, Belfast in 2006.