Toronto Musicians Wanted
Jordan Nicholas Kane is a true maestro of a musician, an experienced and highly revered teacher, and a highly skilled and trained musician who is currently working towards achieving a Doctorate in Sacred Music (D.S.M.). With escalating industrial standards on an incline, and a demand for modern learning applications within the field, Jordan has taken the time to procure knowledge of classical, traditional, and jazz music theories that blend in the liberal needs of the clients all while keeping conservative traits.
Professionalism is not just a word for Jordan, it’s a way of life for him. Jordan’s professionalism not only exudes from his musical performing aspects, but trails all the way into his personal life. Jordan is extremely self-motivated and results driven; a type A personality, and is very passionate about music. His techniques are as stunning as they are clean. He is disciplined and professional to his approach to business, work, and in all his engagements. He is conscientious, articulate, polite, friendly, courteous, and gracious in his relationships, and in his appearance, he is always appropriately dressed for the occasion.
As a music educator, Jordan believes that it is his responsibility to provide well-prepared quality instruction to help each student realize his or her own potential and abilities. He also believes that every student, no matter what challenges they are faced with, can benefit from music instruction. Jordan also believes that music itself is a unique medium in that it can integrate many other subjects and disciplines such as science, math, and history into its curriculum, thus, providing students with a more well-rounded and holistic education. Many other invaluable “real world” lessons can be taught and fostered through music instruction: teamwork, cooperation, tolerance, respect, as well as the building of independent and critical thinking skills, just to name a few.
To all potential students, Jordan says “I hope to instill in you the desire to be diligent in your practice and to aim for a pure and hygienic utterance of quality whether it is from the vocal cords or from a man-made instrument.”