Jordan Nobles has won numerous awards for his work including a JUNO Award for ‘Classical Composition of the Year’, a Western Canadian Music Award, the International Composition Competition of the Unbound Flute Festival (Brisbane, Australia July 2016); the Sacra/Profana (San Diego 2013), Vancouver Bach Choir (Vancouver 2008), and Polyphonos (Seattle 2011) International Composition Competitions. In June 2017 Jordan was presented with SOCAN’s Jan V. Matejcek Award in recognition of his overall success in the New Classical Music category.

His string orchestra work Aurora was the CBC’s official entry at the UNESCO International Music Council’s International Rostrum of Composers in Lisbon, Portugal. He continues to receive National and International performances and commissions. He is a member of the Canadian League of Composers and an Associate of the Canadian Music Centre. Recent projects included commissions for a spatial work for large wind symphony for Arizona State University, a work for soprano and chamber ensemble for the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, a concert length spatial work for the Surrey Youth Symphony, and a new commission for the Standing Wave ensemble.

At Sound Symposium XIX, Nobles will present the world premiere performance of his work Cinquanta.

Jordan Nobles At Sound Symposium XIX*

  • Concert, Cinquanta — Wednesday, July 11 at 7:00pm (Atrium at The Rooms)
  • Workshop, Composing For Spaces — Thursday, July 12 at 10:00am (Choral Room, MUN School of Music)

See the complete list of SSXIX artists, as well as the full schedule and ticket information.

*Times and locations subject to change.