Jordan Curry Violinist
Jordan R. Curry
Jordan was raised in West Olive, Michigan. He began playing violin at the age of six using the Suzuki method. A graduate of West Ottawa High School in Holland, Michigan, Jordan continued to play violin and study music throughout his formative years. Jordan has participated in the Illinois Chamber Music Festival at Illinois Wesleyan University, the Michigan All-State Orchestra, and the Holland Area Youth Orchestra. He furthered his studies with the professor of violin at Hope College, Mihai Craioveanu. Jordan received his bachelor’s degree in violin performance at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan under the instruction of Professor Renata Artman Knific. He also received his master’s degree at the University of Denver under Linda Wang. Jordan plays a violin from famed maker Mario Miralles on loan from acclaimed violin soloist Tai Murray. He is also the recipient of the CSO Diversity Fellowship. Through this fellowship, he performed regularly with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Jordan is currently a graduate assistant of former Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra concertmaster, Timothy Lees and is pursuing a DMA at the University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music.