Bounce & Cadence | Six days and counting (March 21)

We are now into the final countdown to the 2024 Bounce & Cadence Symposium for Music and Audio Research. Full steam ahead!

21 March, starting at 9AM, University Recital Hall

We have grown to 15 participants – including 3 recipients of the Joyce & Ron Sakamoto Prize for Research & Development in Digital Audio Arts, and 1 keynote presentation. We are also offering a listening session of Immersive Audio works-in-progress, starting at 13:30.


Topic abstracts

Please note that the keynote, with blind guitarist, singer/songwriter, and producer, Joey Stuckey, can be experienced in person in the University Recital Hall or via Zoom.

B&C is a free event – no symposium registration fee

For additional information, visit the symposium website, or contact

Bounce & Cadence | Call for music performances (March 21)

Do your research projects, music performances, and composition projects deserve attention?

If yes, please respond to this call.

We are pleased to be able to invite proposals for participation in the music recital of the 2024 Bounce & Cadence Symposium for Music and Audio Research to be held at the University of Lethbridge in the early afternoon on 21 March, 2024.

Before beginning your proposal, please read the call for musical participation. All submissions must be received by Monday, 11:59PM, on 4 March (Mountain Time). Next, submit the following information via e-mail to

•How many participants are involved in your project? Include the first and last name, and email address of the project leader, collaborators, and performers.

•What is the title of your project or the title of the music you will play?

•Submit a project abstract that describes your performance (no more than 300 words).

•What is the duration of the performance? The approximate duration of the performance is recommended to be from 3 to 10 minutes. 

•Identify music: title of composition; year of composition; name of composer; composer's birth year.

•Indicate your technical requirements such as quantity of chairs; music stands; loudspeakers; video projection; etc.

For 2024, we are also pleased to announce that the conference keynote address will be presented by award-winning blind guitarist, songwriter, singer, composer, educator and sound engineer Joey Stuckey.

For additional information, visit the symposium website, or contact