College of Liberal Arts
UT Arlington Music
UT Arlington Music Department

Mr. Jordan Moore

Area: Music Theory

Phone: 817-272-3471
Office Location: FA 324
Degree(s): M.M. Baylor University, B.M. Baylor University
Mentis Profile: -moore

Jordan Moore is adjunct instructor of music theory at UTA, where he teaches Theory and Ear Training courses. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Music with a concentration in Music Theory (ABD) at the University of North Texas and serves there as a doctoral teaching fellow. Mr. Moore holds a B.M. in Music Theory from Baylor University and a M.M. in Music Theory from Baylor University, where he studied under Timothy McKinney, Jana Millar, and his thesis advisor, Christopher Bartlette. In his master's thesis work, Mr. Moore pursued research in film music cognition entitled "The Impact of Visual-Music Interaction on Music Perception: The Influence of Agreement and Disagreement." Research interests include cognition, pedagogy, and film music, as well as other 20th-century topics including musical theater analysis. Mr. Moore is a member of the National and Texas Societies of Music Theory.

As a pianist, Mr. Moore has served as accompanist/music director for musical theatre for the Baylor University Theater Department including a main stage production of Annie Get Your Gun, as well as a performance of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Repertory Company Theatre in Richardson. He also directed the youth choir at Highland Baptist Church during his time at Baylor. He was a member of Baylor's handbell choir, The Baylor Bronze for four years and served as a graduate assistant director under director Carla David.