Royal Academy of Music, London
Jordan Bergmans is a London-based viola player. She graduated as a scholar from both the Royal Academy See the rest if you search Jordan Bergmans online
Jordan Bergmans is a London-based violist. She graduated as a scholar from both the Royal Academy of Music (MMus) and the Royal College of Music (BMus(Hons) ).
She was born in Tours, France and began her artistic studies at the age of six, studying music at the Conservatoire in Tours and ballet under the guidance of Suzanne Oussov of the Vaganova School. Jordan completed her musical studies in France, obtaining her Diplome de Fin d’Etudes in viola, musical theory and chamber music, before moving to London.
Jordan has had the chance to study with many distinguished musicians and regularly participates in masterclasses – most recently with Lawrence Power, Antoine Tamestit, Quatuor Ebene, Alexander Zemtsov.
Jordan is an extremely passionate and active chamber and orchestral musician and has played with and led sections under many distinguished classical musicians, such as Natalia Gutman, Esa-Pekka Salonen and Lorin Maazel,… Formerly a member of the award-winning Danchin Quartet, she is now a member of the Cosmopolitan Quartet. These ensembles collectively combined performances on BBC Radio London, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, the Trianon in Paris, the O2 arena in London, etc… Jordan maintains a busy freelance and chamber music schedule in London. She has also performed solo in France, Belgium, England, Canada and Italy.
Jordan is passionate about many genres of music. She belongs to the eclectic Cosmopolitan Quartet, with whom she has performed all over Europe, as well as performing with Rod Stewart, Patrice, Alex Clare, Jack Savoretti,... She is also a member of the indie-folk band August and After, who have toured around Europe and had a residency at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in 2014.
Pursuing her interest in the defence of human rights, Jordan founded the International Orchestra for Freedom in 2009, working with Amnesty International, the UN, etc…