Jordan Sand is a performer, composer, and collaborator from New York. Weaving vocals into the organ-like resonances of the bowed double bass, her work as a soloist and for theater has been called "impressive" (New York Times) and described as "ninja bass-playing" (Obsolete Media Objects). Jordan has worked with Ljova and the Kontraband, Peter Evans, the International Contemporary Ensemble, and a evolving caste of characters in the klezmer, new music and classical-crossover worlds. Other past appearances as a freelancer include SNL, Carnegie Hall, and the NPR Tiny Desk Concert series. In 2018 she finished a master’s degree in California studying with bassist Mark Dresser, and served as Artistic Associate and concert curator while in residence at the Banff Centre for the Arts. Jordan was educated at the Ithaca College School of Music (B.A.) and UC San Diego (M.A.) and de-educated across Europe and North America on festival stages, red-eyes and cross-country drives, in concert series, heated conversations, crowded train cars, and desert cabins.