Jeremy Jordan



A member of the Young Steinway Artists roster and critically acclaimed,
“a clear technical virtuoso”, “a rare talent”; “a true Wunderkind”, pianist
and native Chicagoan Jeremy Jordan burst on the music scene at age 9
playing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in a live televised
performance, followed by appearances on the acclaimed radio program
From The Top and From The Top: Live from Carnegie Hall performing
Liszt. He has twice again appeared at Carnegie Hall playing Chopin,
Liszt, and Wagner.

Jordan attended the Juilliard School where he received
undergraduate and graduate degrees in piano performance, studying on
the Van Cliburn and Irene Diamond scholarships. He made his concerto
debut with Maestro Alan Heatherington and the Ars Viva Symphony
Orchestra playing Grieg, followed by performances and
recordings of the Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 1 and Rachmaninoff
Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Chicago Sinfonietta and the Czech
National Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Paul

Mr. Jordan subsequently performed solo and chamber concerts
throughout Europe and America including Carnegie Hall, the
Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Rudolfinum in Prague, Chicago’s
Orchestra Hall and the Ravinia Festival. Other notable performances
include his appearances with renowned clarinetist Anthony McGill and
cellist Yo-Yo Ma, recitals for the American Liszt Society in California
and New York, and his own Juilliard lecture-recital celebrating the
bicentennials of Liszt and Wagner.

In 2011, Jeremy Jordan was featured in a ‘live’ interview on Chicago’s
WFMT Radio program Impromptu with Kerry Frumkin where he
performed his own transcriptions of Liszt/Horowitz, Wagner, and Saint

Jeremy studied with distinguished pianists Matti Raekallio, Yoshie Akimoto, and
Regina Syrkin; and received tutoring from renowned artists including
Andre Watts, Jerome Lowenthal, Eteri Andjaparidze,
Steve Million, and Ron Perillo.