Katie Rife, percussion (marimba, glockenspiel, song bells, tam tam, bass drum, cymbals)
Timothy Van Cleave, percussion (vibraphone, cymbals)
Samantha Fu, flute
Kathryn Emiko Hintersteininger, violin
Stefan Hintersteininger, cello
Chris Morano, piano
Marcus Takizawa, viola
Adrian Verdejo, electric guitar
Colin MacDonald, saxophones
Nominated for Classical Composer of the Year by the 2018 Western Canadian Music Awards!! breakoutwest.ca/awards/music-awards
JUNO award-winning composer Jordan Nobles is known for creating music filled with an “unearthly beauty” (Mondomagazine) that makes listeners want to “close (their) eyes and transcend into a cloud of music” (Discorder Magazine).
He has won numerous awards for his work including a 2017 JUNO Award and a 2017 Western Canadian Music Award for ‘Classical Composition of the Year’, 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 2017, Jordan was the recipient of SOCAN’s Jan V. Matejcek Award in recognition of ‘overall success in New Classical Music’ and was awarded the Barbara Pentland Award of Excellence ‘for his extraordinary contribution to Canadian Music’.
Jordan was named the Emerging Artist in music from the City of Vancouver’s 2009 Mayor’s Arts Awards.
Cover Painting: “Spectacular Flaws” by Patricia Oblack
Producers: Jordan Nobles, Katie Rife
Recording Engineer: Brian Chan
Recorded at: Pyatt Hall, Vancouver, B.C.
Editing: Jordan Nobles & Brian Chan
Mastered by Don Harder