Jeffrey Jordan is currently the chorus manager of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus. The San Francisco Symphony Chorus (SFSC) was established in 1973 and consists of thirty‐two professional and more than 120 volunteer members. Jeffrey is responsible for all the details and logistics involved with the day-to-day activities of the SFSC. The SFSC performs more than 30 concerts each season along with over 70 preparatory rehearsals each year. As a member of the artistic department of the San Francisco Symphony, Jeffrey is also involved in production and administration of various holiday programs throughout the season.
Previously, Jeffrey was a regular chorus member of the Seattle Opera Chorus from 2007‐2014, performing in over 25 productions. During his tenure with Seattle Opera, he transitioned into a management phase of his career, becoming the chorus manager and personnel coordinator, manager of the music library, and also serving as assistant to the music administrator.
Jeffrey has a bachelor of music degree from University of North Texas with a major in vocal performance. He is an active member of Chorus America, The League of American Orchestras, Opera America, and the American Guild of Musical Artists.