Bob Pritchard (B.Mus, Mus.M, DMA) is a Canadian composer living in British Columbia. His works are performed and broadcast internationally and his research includes interactive performance, gesture tracking, and gesture-controlled speech synthesis. He creates video, software and music for his interactive works and produces short art films. He teaches music technology in the UBC School of Music, co-directs the Laptop Orchestra, and is a researcher with the UBC Institute for Computing, Information and Cognitive Systems (ICICS).

Dr. Pritchard completed degrees at the U. of Toronto and UBC. Prior to teaching at the UBC School of Music he taught at Brock University, the UBC Dept. of Physics, and Douglas College.

Latest News:
Oct. 17: Turning Point Ensemble commission video shoot: Synapses with David Owen, oboe; Emmalena Fredriksson, dance; Alaia Hamer, costumes/design; Daniel Tsui, lighting code, wifi boards.
Oct. 9: Costuming and dance developments for the Turning Point Ensemble commission Synapses .
Sept 1: Alaia Hamer developing new light spine costume for Emmalina Fredriksson, for piece with David Owen, solo oboe, and Max/MSP. Commissioned by Turning Point Ensemble for video shoot on Oct. 17.
Aug 5: Kiran Bhumber developing new work for TASTE project
Aug 4: WorkLearn grant received for TASTE project research assistant
July 2: testing of interface for Megumi Masaki's work for piano and SHRUG interface Doshite?

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