Vancouver-based pianist, composer and singer-songwriter Jordana Delgado defines herself as a storyteller, who always puts the story first and uses whatever musical elements she needs to serve that purpose.
Born in Barcelona, she was initially trained as a classical pianist, but soon deviated from that to explore other genres such as pop, jazz, and world music, with special interest in a cappella traditional music. The leitmotif of her early musical journey was always the storytelling part of music, which led her to participate in several theatrical shows, and co-found her own music theatre company C@ntamons, which brought a musical show for children focused on world music to many school and community centres throughout her hometown. Composing and arranging music have always been her passions. That led her to start or participate in several other musical projects such as the a cappella bands air sOul and Víove, and the indie-pop band Paper de Plàstic.
After relocating to Vancouver, she decided to start her solo career to bring to life many stories that she had created on the side over the years. Her first album Rainy Times was released in November 2021 and with it came The Rainy Times Story, a 9-episode short film that develops through the tracks of the album and that can be watched on YouTube. In 2024 she will be releasing a new EP, the first glimpses of which will be seen in October 2023.