Performers – G

Performers listed alphabetically by first name.


Gabby Fluke-Mogul

gabby fluke-mogul is a violinist, improviser, composer, & educator. They exist within the threads of improvisation, the jazz continuum, noise, & experimental music. Their playing has been described as embodied, visceral, & virtuosic. gabby is humbled to have collaborated with Kyle Bruckmann, Nava Dunkelman, Wendy Eisenberg, Fred Frith, Jordan Glenn, Jacob Felix Heule, Lisa Mezzacappa, Kanoko Nishi-Smith, Pauline Oliveros, Danishta Rivero, & Tom Weeks, among many other musicians, poets, dancers, & visual artists. (Oakland CA)

Gahlord Dewald

Experimental double bassist Gahlord Dewald works seamlessly through the spectrum of composed and improvised musical expression to create complex textures and soundfabric. (Burlington VT)

Gene Nichols

Nichols teaches everything from music theory and composition to Broadway and classical music to The Beatles and Frank Zappa. Nichols serves on the board of the Machias Bay Chamber Concerts and is the band leader of many local music groups including the Machias Town Band, Community Chorale, and the UMM Ukulele Club. (Machias ME) Youtube

Genevieve Morris

Genevieve Fernworthy is a theologian, multi-instrumentalist, and artist who performs under the solo moniker lauds. A 2001 Inaugural Graduate of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, she earned her BA in Religious Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2007, and is the joint recipient of a VCU Arts research grant for the creation of new work in experimental theatre.As an early member of the feminist art collective ORGIAZZTECH!!! she performed at John Connelly Presents in 2008 for the exhibition A New High In Getting Low. In 2014, she contributed solo viola to The Fool by Colin Self and Raul De Nieves, during a string of sold-out performances at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn.Her solo musical output is expansive and she incorporates elements of synthpop, soul, psych, and noise into her instrumental + vocal work. (New York NY)

Geoff Gersh

Geoff Gersh explores the sonic boundaries of the electric guitar with and without the aide of electronic devices and found objects to produce sounds one would normally not associate with the guitar. He performs live music to silent films monthly at the Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg with his bands Black Lodge & Reel Orchestrette, and has 3 CDs released on Pauline Olivers’s Deep Listening Label. (New York NY)

Gilbert Gandia

Painter/illustrator; Arty$lang. (Lowell MA) P.A.B.

Glynis Loman

Cello, voice, other; member of Leap of Faith, Leaping Water Trio, Masashi Harada Condanction EnsembleNew Language Collaborative. (Newton MA) Discogs

Gordon Allen

Trumpet; Gordon has worked with Jean Leloup, Matt Dusk, the Barr Brothers, Gordon Downie (The Tragically Hip), Cold Specks, Jean Derome, Silver Mount Zion, and Matana Roberts. He is the director and principal teacher of the Studio d’Improvisation de Montréal, has been a guest teacher at Concordia & Carleton Universities as well as New Orchestra Workshop (Vancouver) and Orchestras Canada. (Montreal QC); Youtube

Grace Brooks

Voice. (Montreal, Canada) Bandcamp, another Bandcamp

Greg Paul/Human Fourishing

Greg is a multi-instrumental, clickity-clack, and turn-the-knobs on the pedals kind of guy. Human Flourishing, Greg’s main project performed with noise-partner Conor Perreault, creates ethereal atmospheres and almost-songs that bubble up from swamps, jump from dungeons, and cascade into sunny fields. Ranging from vocal loop harmonies, to drum machine frenzy, to acoustic performative percussion, Greg resides in the space between song and drone. Greg and Conor hail originally from Windsor, Connecticut but now reside in the best pizza cities in the world, informing their musical cheese and sauce. Greg currently resides in Ridgewood, Queens and is a fringe member of the Ridgewood Ripper Club for Experimental Folks. (New York City NY); Bandcamp

Gregory Kowalski

Greg has used his technique of “painting with light” to create live images projected for numerous sound artists using his own system which allows him to create visuals using movement, objects and light. This ability to create images through performance is essential to his concept of live performance through projection. (Lowell MA)

Gregory Tessier

Styrofoam player, D&D roller, and film buff.

Gustavo Aguilar

California-based percussionist (credited with “sobor” drum kit) who has performed all over the globe with the likes of Anthony Braxton, Nels Cline, Charlie Haden and many others. On Destinations he is joined by Todd Sickafoose on bass, Eric Crystal on saxophones, flax (not sure what that is) and melodica, Chris Garcia on udu and tabla and Robert Reigle on tenor saxophone.;