Christopher C. Jordan is an active performer of opera, oratorio, art song, and musical theatre. Production highlights include leading lyric baritone roles in "Don Giovanni", "The Consul", "Carmen", "Tosca", and "La Traviata" among others. Jordan has appeared with various opera companies in the southeastern United States and abroad. Christopher is equally comfortable on the musical theatre and dramatic stage having performed in productions of "Show Boat", "Carousel", "The Amen Corner", "Tambourines to Glory", and "The Colored Museum".
A tireless proponent of music education, Dr. Jordan gives master classes, lectures and workshops across the nation on topics such as vocal health, audition techniques, performance success, and interpreting Spirituals. With nearly twenty years of professional experience, he has served on the faculties of Mississippi State University, Alabama A&M University, Florida Memorial University, Broward College, and Shelton State Community College along with public school teaching experience in the Broward County Public Schools system.
Dr. Jordan holds earned degrees from the University of Alabama (D.M.A.), Florida State University (M.M.E.) and Florida A&M University (B.S.). His current professional affiliations include NATS, NOA, and GMEA. Christopher is also a proud alumni member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Kappa Kappa Psi, and an active member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
For more information, please visit www.christopherjordanbaritone.com.
Vocal Health Care and Maintenance for the Voice Professional, African American Opera, African American Art Song Composers
Doctorate of Musical Arts (DMA), Music - The University of Alabama
MMus, Music Education - Florida State University
BS, Music Education - Florida A&M
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