Peter Carlson, Director of Operations/Institutional Partnerships, ext. 204 or online
Jen Krook, Office Manager, ext. 203 or online
Peter Tuff, Communications Associate, ext. 209 or online
Holly Hearon, Development and Research Associate, ext. 205 or online
Jordan Sramek, Founder/Artistic and Executive Director, ext. 202 or online
Jordan Sramek enjoys an active career as a performing musician, scholar, teacher, and arts entrepreneur. Jordan studied early vocal performance and harpsichord at the College of St. Scholastica and has spent time learning from such early-music experts as Benjamin Bagby, Eric Mentzel, Dom. Daniel Saulnier, Margriet Tindemans, and Crawford Young. He is highly respected for his meticulous research of music rarely heard in the concert hall and has championed vocal repertoire from Renaissance Poland, medieval Bohemia, Baroque Malta, Sweden, Mexico and Bolivia, as well as 19th-century Hawaii.
In demand as a scholar-lecturer, Jordan has led workshops and master-classes at universities, conferences, and festivals across the U.S., and has served as international guest clinician at Festival d'Ile de France (Paris), Certamen Coral de Tolosa (Spain), The Hebrew University (Jerusalem), and St. Quirinus Cathedral, Neuss (Germany). He has also developed several award-winning educational programs for young people, including intensive workshops and week-long residencies, and he is known for his engaging presentations designed for libraries, community centers various public gatherings. Jordan’s honors include a Minnesota State Arts Board Fellowship for Performing Musicians; a Jerome Foundation Travel/Study Grant; and the 2010 Chorus America Louis Botto Award for Innovative Action and Entrepreneurial Zeal. Each holiday season, he can be heard on American Public Media, WFMT-Chicago, and the European Broadcasting Union, in The Rose Ensemble's international radio broadcast.