Jordan K. Frazier
What I Teach:
Piano • Voice • Guitar • Ukulele
Berklee College of Music
Why I love Music:
I am a dedicated and enthusiastic music professional driven by a resolute determination to excel in my craft. My roots in Atlanta have provided me with a rich tapestry of musical influences, encompassing the dynamic spectrum of R&B, jazz, contemporary, and classical genres. This upbringing has instilled in me a profound appreciation for the transformative power of music, igniting a fervent desire to share diverse experiences and sonic landscapes with my students. Guided by the belief that music serves as a conduit for self-discovery and emotional exploration, I am committed to imparting these invaluable insights to those under my tutelage.
I studied Interdisciplinary Music with concentrations in Film scoring, television composition, and music technology at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. I also studied Interdisciplinary English with a concentration in Creative Writing and African American Literature at Georgia Gwinnett College. My musical background includes 18 years of studying piano, music composition, music theory, vocal techniques, and percussion. In addition to my instrumental studies, I have been trained to sing in both English and Spanish, and have vocal credits for Reggaeton, Indie, Gospel, R&B, Funk, Rock, and Soul songs.
My specialties include studies and teaching for world music, western music theory, music technology/ sound design, and advanced composition.