Jordan Jinosko
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Jordan Jinosko

Jordan Jinosko (b.1994) is a multi-award winning American composer. Jordan’s music advocates for social causes and often draws inspiration from history, mythology, and nature.

Jordan’s music has been featured in the US, Canada, and Europe—in live events, on the radio, and online via streaming platforms. Her music has been honored in the Music International Grand Prix, the Adore Project, The Green Dot Composer Competition, and the Howard Hanson Young Composers Competition. She is a past recipient of the Molly Mulligan Artistic Scholarship and the John A. Wollaver Award. Additionally, Avid Technology featured her online as a composer and Sibelius Software user.

Jordan began learning piano at age eight and, a few years later, she attended a performance of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fifth Symphony that moved her deeply and inspired her to begin writing music.

Jordan’s music has been performed by Jory Herman (LA Phil), David Halen (Saint Louis Symphony), Vanessa Porter (Reno Philharmonic Orchestra), the Ann Arbor Camerata, Milton Philharmonic Orchestra, University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Maryland Classic Youth Orchestra Philharmonic, South Texas Symphonic Orchestra, Young Musicians’ Orchestra, Fort Dodge Area Symphony, Southland Symphony Orchestra and others.

Jordan studied music composition and music theory at the University of Michigan and the Eastman Community Music School.

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