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Professor Bruce Pennycook (Doctor of Musical Arts, Stanford, '78) is a composer, new media developer and media technology specialist. He taught at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario then McGill University in Montreal, Quebec where he developed undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Music Technology and held the position of Vice-Principal for Information Systems and Technology. Pennycook moved to Austin in 2002 and was appointed Professor of Music Composition and Professor of Radio-Television-Film in 2007 - 2013. On June 1, 2013, he was appointed Director of Digital Arts for the College of Fine Arts and continues to teach composition, electroacoustic music and film scoring in the Butlter School of Music. Pennycook also serves as Panel Chair for the Digital Art and Media Bridging Disciplines Program.
Prof. Pennycook has published a wide range of articles on new music and music technology. His music includes music for video, electroacoustic music, chamber music and music for large ensembles and these are performed throughout North America and in Europe and Asia. Works and publications can be found here: www.brucepennycook.com.