Maurice Seezer

Piano, Accordion, Vocal

(Shows: Skibbereen, Everyman)

Maurice Seezer is a musician, songwriter and composer for film and theatre.

Film-scores written or co- written by Maurice include ‘Angel Baby’ (1995), ‘The Boxer’ (1997), ‘Disco Pigs’ (2000), ‘In America’ (2003), ‘Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ (2006), ‘The Pier’ (2011).  

He collaborated on 3 albums with Gavin Friday for Island Records from 1989 until 1995, “Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves”, Adam ‘n’ Eve and ‘Shag Tobacco’. Since the early 90’s he has contributed original songs to soundtracks for Jim Sheridan, Baz Luhrmann and Michael Rhymer (‘In The Name Of The Father”, “The Boxer”, “In America” ‘Romeo And Juliet’, ‘Moulin Rouge’ among others).

Collaboration and production credits include work with Bono, Gavin Friday, Maria McKee, Andrea Corr, Camilla Griehsel, Sinead O’Connor, Interference (Fergus O’Farrell) and Colin Vearncombe (aka Black).

Maurice played a pivotal role in developing Mamasongue for the stage and acted as musical director for the first two shows.