Audio


Alwynne Pritchard performs Vinko Globokar’s Metamorphosis, written for her DOG/GOD project in 2015. Recorded by Davide Bertolini. Edited and mixed by Thorolf Thuestad. With special thanks to the Grieg Academy, Bergen.


BBC recording of the world premiere performance of Alwynne Pritchard’s Rockaby at Tectonics Glasgow, UK, May 8th, 2016. The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Ilan Volkov with the composer on voice.


Audio teaser for Hospice Lazy, a new music-theatre piece by Alwynne Pritchard which will be premiered by Trio Alpaca and the composer at Dokkhuset, Trondheim, Norway on November 24th, 2014.

Teaser for Kingdom Come for nyMusikk Oslo’s Only Connect festival on the theme of J.G. Ballard, 22nd of May, 2014. Adam de la Cour & Stine Johanne Janvin Motland, voices; Shri Lal Sahajpal, voice and violin; Zubair Ali Syed, voice and harmonium.

Live recording from the premiere of Irene Electric at Østre, Bergen, performed by Victoria Johnson (amplified violin) and Thorolf Thuestad (electronics).


Live recording from the premiere of March, March, March at Korskirken, Bergen, performed by SFMK as part of the BrassWind festival 2013. Recording by NRK.

Glorvina was the pet name given to the Irish author Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan, after the celebrated heroine of her novel “The Wild Irish Girl”.

David D’Angers bust of the author is located in the Sculpture gallery, Room 22, at the V&A and is perhaps a romanticised image of Lady Morgan, who was apparently less than four feet tall, had a slight deformity of the spine and one eye larger than the other.

Glorvina was created in its entirety (melodies and rhythms, as well as the spoken text) using the author’s own introduction to her novel, “St. Claire; or, The heiress of Desmond”. The piece was made at the Experimentalstudio des SWR in Freiburg using Thomas Hummel’s conTimbre: new multimedia database of the contemporary orchestra (www.contimbre.com). The piece was commissioned by the BBC for the V&A, as part of the Proms Cage Walk 2012.

Decoy – (2004) for ensemble with live electronics. Performed by Ensemble Recherche and the Experimentalstudio Henrich Strobel Stiftung.

Langham Research Center – OBAMIX – Alwynne Pritchard, voice. Premiered on the 25 of February 2013 at Kings Place, London.

A Cognitive Theory of Metaphor by Alwynne Pritchard and Thorolf Thuestad for ZUPER KLASSIK FREAKY AVANTGARDE, Lydgalleriet, Bergen 2009

Invisible Cities – (1999) for Solo Piano. Performed by Nicolas Hodges.

Invisible Cities – (1999) for Solo Piano. Performed by Ian Pace.

Flutterby – (2009) for Electric Guitar and 2 Computers. Performed by the POW ensemble.

Graffiti – (2007) for Percussion and Electronics. Performed by Robyn Schulkowsky and the Heirich Strobel Stiftung.

Map of the Moon – (2004) for Orchestra and Piano. Performed by Nicolas Hodges and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

Myrtle – Fishbone – Rowland Sutherland (flutes), Alwynne Pritchard (voice/computer) and Thorolf Thuestad (computer).

Myrtle – The Dream – Version of an aria from the 19th century opera The Bohemian Girl, music by Michael Balfe, text by Alfred Bunn. Rowland Sutherland (flutes), Alwynne Pritchard (voice/computer) and Thorolf Thuestad (computer).

Myrtle – Untitled 1 – Rowland Sutherland (flutes), Alwynne Pritchard (voice/computer) and Thorolf Thuestad (computer).

FAT BATTERY – Untitled 1 – live at Avgarde, Bergen. Group of musicians from England and Norway comprised of Victoria Johnson, Knut Vaage, Edvin Østvik, Thorolf Thuestad and Alwynne Pritchard. Text by Kevin McNeil.

FAT BATTERY – Untitled 2 – live at Avgarde, Bergen. Group of musicians from England and Norway comprised of Victoria Johnson, Kunt Vaage, Edvin Østvik, Thorolf Thuestad and Alwynne Pritchard.

unterPritperTingerchard – Untitled 1 – Duet based out of Bergen and London comprised of Alwynne Pritchard and Judith Unterpertinger.

unterPritperTingerchard – Untitled 2 – Duet based out of Bergen and London comprised of Alwynne Pritchard and Judith Unterpertinger.