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Jordan Davidson cradles her cello.

Jordan Davidson is a composer and visual artist inspired by her black ancestry. Jordan’s music transports you in a multisensory experience that is as poignant as creative.


She is classically trained as a composer and cellist and consistently produces new visual art – often to accompany her compositions. Her work is oriented toward world-building and layers of melody and texture.


As a recent graduate summa cum laude of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, she worked closely with Patrice Jackson-Tilghman on cello. She worked with Jonathan Bailey Holland, Marti Epstein, Eun Young Lee, and Tina Tallon for composition. 


With skill in writing for a variety of performing forces and a deep interest in Black spirituality and choreosonics, she is now a PhD student at UC San Diego’s Music—Integrative Studies program. She studies with Anthony Davis, Matana Roberts, King Britt, M. Myrta Leslie Santana, and Jade Power-Sotomayor.


Please explore the site to see a glimpse of her imagination.

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