About

Jorge is a musician to be reckoned with, not limited to one style. A true world musician, and an asset to any musical situation.”

— Tom Braxton-Musician, Composer, Producer

Puerto Rico native Jorge Ginorio is an accomplished percussionist, educator, clinician, and band leader. He specializes in traditional and contemporary applications of instruments, rhythms, and styles from Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas. A graduate of the prestigious University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, and Escuela Nacional de Arte in Havana, Cuba.  

Throughout his professional career, Jorge has had the honor to perform, tour, and record with many diverse artists such as: Alex Acuña, Tom Braxton, Ignacio Berroa, Brave Combo, Cindy Cruse-Ratcliff, Aretha Franklin, Carlos Guedes, Mark Harper, Israel Houghton, Airto Moreira, Andy Narell, One O'Clock Lab Band, Pan Ramajay, Rob Rose, Pieces of a Dream, Dave Samuels, Poncho Sánchez, Lou Marini, Michael Spiro, Najee, Fletch Wiley, Charlie Zaa, among others.

As an educator/clinician, he keeps extremely active conducting lessons, clinics and workshops. He has presented at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention, Texas Music Educators Association Convention, as well as in universities, colleges, and cultural centers. Currently, Jorge is integral part of the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area musical scene where he performs, records, and teaches.

Jorge Ginorio proudly endorses: Latin Percussion, Remo Drumheads, Sabian Cymbals, and Vic Firth drumsticks and mallets.