Past Residents

Gordon H Williams

Gordon H. Williams is a composer, musician and educator. He has performed as a soloist with the Gordon College Wind Ensemble (Gordon Jacob’s Concerto for Timpani and Wind Band) and as marimba soloist, premiering a commission for Boston Children’s Chorus’ 10th year anniversary (Three Haiku by Dr. Ellen Gilson Voth). 

Gordon believes strongly in the communal benefits of music and has worked with a number of community groups; serving on the board of directors for the Harvest Coop Markets, assistant directing Community Band- Wenham, and performing and conducting with the  Ipswich Summer Band. Gordon works in the Education and Community Initiatives department at Boston Ballet.

Gordon strives to make art relevant and accessible. He has presented interactive events in festivals such as Make Music Boston, ArtWeek Boston and Figment.

Gordon graduated magna cum laude from Gordon College with a B.M. in Music Education. His private teachers include Aaron Trant and Robert Schulz (percussion), Armine Karapetian (piano) and Jawwad Noor (sitar). 

Past Residents

Adam Kennaugh

In between pitch and noise, Adam Kennaugh’s music investigates the physical energies in producing a sound, which exists in a dense, unstable soundworld, reflective of the unpredictability of everyday life. Through this, he seeks to combine the visual and aural aspects of a musical performance to create an immersive experience for the listener that is both contemplative and delicate, yet sharp and aggressive.

He received a M.M. from Bowling Green state University (studying with Elainie Lillios, Christopher Dietz, Marilyn Shrude, Mikel Kuehn), received a B.M. from Montclair State University (Marcos Balter, Elizabeth Brown, Ting Ho), and an A.A. from the County College of Morris (Jose Bevia).

When he is not doing anything musically related, Adam enjoys a really good sandwich, movies that make him think/cry/laugh, and expanding his spice rack to overshadow his cooking abilities.

Past Residents

Joel Cox

Joel Cox is a musician, filmmaker and radio producer from London, now living in Glasgow.

He has composed for and performed in the musical projects Wall Sun Sun, Lime Headed Dog and Good Shoes.

He is also the co-creator of the experimental podcast London Compass Radio which recently was selected for Best Radio Documentary at the Prix Europa in 2017.

For his day job he works as a radio producer for the BBC.