Praised for her “alluring clarity” (New York Times), Jamie Jordan is a versatile musician specializing in contemporary classical music. She has performed at the Brooklyn Museum for the Brooklyn Philharmonic Chamber Music Series; Carnegie Hall with Daniel Druckman, Colin Currie and the Juilliard Percussion Ensemble; Detroit Institute of Arts with Amphion Percussion; Disney Hall with the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group; The Harvard Club NY; Big Ears Festival, June in Buffalo, Lincoln Center Festival and Miller Theatre with Ensemble Signal; The Liederkranz Foundation; Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art for the Bang on a Can Festival Marathon; Wesleyan University with Mantra Percussion, Mimesis Ensemble at Merkin Hall; MATA Festival with Talea Ensemble; PASIC with Bob Becker; Shapeshifter Lab; the Stone; and Symphony Space with Encompass Opera Theatre.
Jamie Jordan has been a guest artist at Cornell University, Eastman School of Music, Ithaca College, Rochester Institute of Technology, SUNY Fredonia, Syracuse University, University of Maryland, University of South Carolina, University of South Florida, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Unruly Music Festival, and Wisconsin Flute Festival. She has performed in concerts sponsored by Ethos New Music Society, Society for New Music (Syracuse), and as a soloist with Alia Musica Pittsburgh and Southern Tier Symphony. Other performances include the role of Romilda (Xerxes) with the Connecticut Early Music Festival, and one- woman cabaret shows at Rose’s Turn.
A passionate music educator, Jamie Jordan has sung on numerous pre-concert lectures for the New York Philharmonic, and worked as a teaching artist and archivist for the orchestra. She currently teaches throughout New York City and the greater metropolitan area.
Jamie Jordan can be heard on Albany Records, GIA publications, Innova Records, Ravello Records, and Sanctuary Jazz. She was raised in suburbs of Chicago and Washington, D.C., and earned degrees in jazz studies, opera performance, and music education.