Kansas native Jordan Voth joined the accompanist staff of the Kansas City Ballet in the summer of 2015. A 2012 graduate of Wichita State University, Jordan received first prize in the 2006 Andersen Concerto Series and was named the piano division winner of the 2010 Yamaha Young Performing Artists Competition. Before arriving in Kansas City to begin a Master of Music at UMKC in 2013, Jordan studied at the International Keyboard Institute and Festival at Mannes College in New York City and participated in master classes with Leon Fleisher, Alon Goldstein, and Lowell Liebermann. As a class accompanist, Jordan has played for masterclasses taught by Wendy Whelan, Victoria Simon, Robert Garland, Peter Stark, and Daniel Ulbricht. A frequent performer of Sergei Prokofiev’s works, Jordan participated in the Russian Language Intensive at Lomonosov Moscow State University’s Cultural Exchange Program and presented a lecture “Prokofiev in Our World” as a part of the Central Association of Russian Teachers of America conference at the Pushkin State Russian Language Institute in Moscow in 2018 before graduating from the University of Missouri – Kansas City Conservatory with a Doctorate of Musical Arts in 2020. In 2022, Jordan joined the full-time staff of Kansas City Ballet, where he accompanies classes, rehearsals, and performances as Company Pianist / Principal Academy Pianist.