Jordan Morrison holds a bachelors degree in Music Education from Malone University and is currently pursuing his Masters degree in Percussion Performance at The University of Akron. Compositionally, he has studied with Dr. Jesse Ayers and Dr. Daniel McCarthy and has written for a wide range of percussion instruments. Jordan won The 2009 Open Frame Film Festival award for Best Original Score, and has written and arranged for Malone University Philos, Revolving Doors Soap Opera, Malone University Football, and ABC Ministries.
Jordan has played on recordings for radio broadcast, film scoring, and many independent artists. Jordan has performed as a concert percussionist with the Tuscarawas Philharmonic, Richmond Symphony, Chorus for a Cause, and for various recordings. He has studied percussion with Bruce Gerken, Kevin Lewis, Tyler Carpenter, and more recently with Matt Dudack, and Dr. Larry Snider. He has had supplemental training with Bernard Woma, Michael Spiro, Mark Gonder, Aaron Hunt, Jerry Rainey, and Matt Middleton. Jordan performs regularly in and around Ohio with a wide variety of musical acts including The University of Akron Steel Drum Ensemble, African Drumming Ensemble, Brazilian Ensemble, Orchestra, and Percussion Ensemble as well as St. Claire, Yankee Bravo, Mike Coates, and Oasis Outreach. He teaches privately and is also the Percussion Instructor for Marlington High School.