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The Resonance Project
Jordan Plotner is a British/American award-winning composer and writer based in Los Angeles living with EDS/dysautonomia. He is working on a film/music project that deals with the effects of chronic illness on daily life.
Jordans music has appeared in over forty films, television shows, and commercials worldwide, and his concert music has been premiered in New York, Los Angeles, London, Beijing, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, and Malta. He has worked with esteemed film composers Marco Beltrami and Joe Trapanese, and has worked on projects for artists ranging from Hans Zimmer and Angelina Jolie to Daft Punk.
After graduating from The American School in London and the Royal Academy of Music pre-college program (concentrating in double bass and jazz studies), and after a brief gap-year stint as an avocado farmer, Jordan enrolled in the Yale Class of 2017. Thanks to a Creative and Performing Arts award, his original filmed opera, Harold, was premiered at Yale, and won “Best Narrative Film” at the Yale Student Film Festival.
More recently, Jordan began the "Resonance Project". He wrote a piece of music for the project with the goal of bringing together the world's largest "virtual" ensemble of chronically ill musicians. To participate, musicians from anywhere in the world can simply record a video of themselves singing/playing their part of the song, then upload it to Jordan's website. After each part has been recorded, Jordan will then patch all of the pieces together to make the full song.
You can visit Jordan's website to learn more about or get involved with the world's largest ensemble of chronically ill musicians! There you can find the song's sheet music, information about the available parts, and in information guidelines for participants. To visit Jordan's website please click the link below: