David Litke holds degrees in composition from the University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia, having completed doctoral studies at the latter under the supervision of Dr. Keith Hamel in 2008. He has taught courses in electroacoustic music and music theory at UBC and the University of Windsor, and currently teaches composition at the University of Georgia. His music has been performed by many fine musicians, including Ensemble l’Arsenale, the National Broadcast Orchestra, l’Ensemble Contemporain de Montréal, and the Turning Point Ensemble. His work has been recognized nationally and internationally, in composition competitions (NBO, SOCAN, and CUMS competitions) as well as in emerging composers’ programs (Composit 2013, acanthes@ircam New Technologies 2012, Bozzini Quartet's Composer's Kitchen 2010, NAC Young Composers 2008, ECM’s Génération 2006). He has also been active in electroacoustic music research, and has presented at TIES’14, TES’13, ICMC'07, and SMC'07 conferences, on gestural control, score-following, and spectral music.