This is Jordan’s twelfth season at the Elora Festival. As a soloist, Jordan has been hailed for his “rich full-throated baritone” voice. He has been working with choirs and ensembles as a chorister and soloist for the past 20 years. Today, he continues to apply his passion for music and science as a speech-language pathologist and voice therapist in Toronto. In 2017, Jordan opened Toronto Adult Speech Clinic- a speech and voice therapy clinic to serve the growing communication needs of adults in Toronto, where he works with singers, actors, people who are transgender, and any other adults looking to express themselves in the healthiest and most authentic way.