Alex has taught saxophone, composition, music theory, music history, and music technology to students of all levels. He was a Teaching Assistant at the University of Tennessee from 2016-2018.
MM, New York University – Music Composition.
BM, University of Tennessee – Music Composition and Musicology, Saxophone minor.
Alex G. is a Brooklyn-based performer and composer whose work focuses on pyschoacoustics and integrating technology. A Nashville native, he received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee where he studied both saxophone and composition. He is now studying composition with Michael Gordon and Julia Wolfe as a master’s student at New York University.
Alex has performed as a saxophonist with an array of classical, jazz, and improv ensembles at events including Big Ears Festival, the International Electro-Music Festival, Nief-Norf Summer Festival, and the Summer NAMM Convention. He has been featured as a performer in several recordings and has released two albums of original works. His compositions have been used in video games, art installations, and performed across the US, Canada, and Switzerland.