Alwynne Pritchard is a British performer, composer, artist and curator based in Bergen on the West coast of Norway. In her recent work, she has increasingly explored relationships between musical expression and the human body and has appeared as an actor, vocalist and physical performer in a number of stage productions, as well as developing choreography for performances of her own pieces. In 2015, Alwynne formed the music-theatre company Neither Norwith her partner Thorolf Thuestad. Over the past two decades, Alwynne’s music has been performed in America, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Poland and Norway, and has been broadcast on BBC Radios 3 and 4, as well as abroad. She has worked with leading musicians and ensembles across the globe, including the Alpaca ensemble, Arditti String Quartet, Apartment House, asamisimasa, Athelas Ensemble, BBC and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestras, The Bournemouth Sinfonietta and many more. From 2008 and until March 2014, Alwynne was Artistic Director of the Borealis festival in Bergen and from 2001 until 2008, she taught composition at Trinity College of Music in London. Alwynne also worked for many years as a freelance writer and presenter for BBC Radio 3. In January 2016, she took up the position of Artistic Director of the BIT20 Ensemble. She is managed by Maestro Arts and her music is published by Verlag Neue Musik.
Works for wind band:
March, March, March (2013) – for military band.