About this Artist
Jordan Koransky joined the LA Phil in fall 2019, having previously played with the Houston Symphony for three seasons. A native of Southern California, he attended USC as a Trustee Scholar, receiving a Bachelor of Music degree summa cum laude from the Thornton School of Music, studying under Alice Schoenfeld. He completed his Master of Music degree at Rice University Shepherd School of Music, where he studied with Paul Kantor. While at Rice, Jordan served as concertmaster of the Shepherd Symphony Orchestra on multiple occasions.
Jordan has held fellowships at several music festivals, including Tanglewood, Taos, and the Music Academy of the West. In 2016, he was in residence at Tanglewood as a member of the New Fromm Players, and he performed numerous premieres of contemporary chamber music works. Jordan plays on a violin by Joseph Curtin, made in Ann Arbor in 1998. In his free time, Jordan is an avid reader and poker player, and appreciates the opportunity to reacquaint himself with LA.