Jordan Jinosko is a composer and songwriter. Her music generally draws inspiration from history, mythology, nature, and her experience as a transgender woman.
Jordan has had her music performed in the US, Canada, and Europe. She has enjoyed premieres by the Ann Arbor Camerata, the Mercer String Orchestra, and the University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra. Her music has been interpreted by soloists David Halen, Vanessa Porter, as well as conductors Ward Stare, Victor Huls, and Niklas Tamm.
Jordan has exhibited music at the Midwest Composers Symposium and The Midwest Clinic. She is a prior recipient of the Molly Mulligan Award and the John A. Wolaver Award, and she has been honored in the Green Dot Composer Competition and The Howard Hanson Young Composers Competition.
She studied Music Composition and Music Theory at Eastman Community Music School with Margaret Henry. She also studied at the University of Michigan with Michael Daugherty, Bright Sheng, Evan Chambers, and Kristin Kuster. [from the composer’s website]