Violinist and composer Jordan Hall writes music that pairs hook-driven melodies with lush symphonic textures. He has composed for ensembles ranging from 70-piece symphony orchestras to construction machinery and has headlined as soloist in major venues throughout the US and Europe, including Ordway Theatre (St. Paul), National Sawdust (NY), Orchestral Hall (Mpls), and Liszt Academy Hall (Budapest). Highlights include solos with major orchestras, radio and TV broadcasts, grand prize in numerous competitions, a debut album called "stirring and poignant" by AllAboutJazz, and a performance by invitation of a former US President and First Lady. In addition to his work as a composer and performer, Hall is completing his doctorate in literature at NYU, where he is writing the first book-length study of English music criticism’s origins as a historical literary genre in Enlightenment Britain.
The following music is written and performed by Hall.