Claire Jordan is a composer, pianist and producer of highly individual symphonic, instrumental, vocal, electronic, jazz and film music. She works from her studio in the Pittwater region of Sydney, Australia, where she draws inspiration from the surrounding bushland and wildlife, and the beaches, ocean and waterways.
In 2012 her orchestral piece The Origin of Time won the prestigious David Harold Tribe Symphonic Award, a national competitive prize open to all emerging and established Australian composers.
She is a graduate in Composition of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and in Film Music Composition of the Royal College of Music, London, where she was awarded the Sir Arthur Bliss Memorial Scholarship for Composition.
Her music has been performed by Sydney Philharmonia Motet Choir, London vocal ensemble Sounds Wicked, Synergy Percussion, Halcyon vocal ensemble, Ensemble Offspring, Earplay, the Australian Youth Orchestra Camerata and the Sydney Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra. Her film credits include indie feature films Feeling Sexy and A Cold Summer.