Dr. Jordan Neiman is an active teacher and performer in Cincinnati. He is happy to accept students of all levels and has a history of being popular with adult learners as well as young children. Dr. Neiman strives to be a partner in learning for his students, and a resource for good repertoire, technique, and artistry. He encourages students to learn to read music, perform in recitals, attend concerts, participate in music festivals, and connect with other musicians in ensembles. His curriculum offers performance opportunities in recitals, and access to exams through the Royal Conservatory of Music Certificate Program. Most of all, he wants to foster a love of music, a desire to practice, and to see all his students reach their full potential and achieve their goals at the piano.
Private Studio Information:
DMA, UC-College-Conservatory of Music
Graduate Performance Diploma, Boston Conservatory
Master of Music, Boston Conservatory
Bachelor of Music, UNC School of the Arts
1st prize, H. Wilfred Churchill Piano Competition 2013
Organist, Holy Trinity-Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
Ohio Music Teachers Association
Music Teacher National Association
College Music Society
Dr. Jordan Neiman
Raised in Kalispell, Montana, he received his Bachelor of Music at UNC School of the Arts, Master of Music at the Boston Conservatory, and Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, with a cognate in pedagogy. At the Boston Conservatory, he was the winner of the H. Wilfred Churchill Piano Competition in 2013 and attended Pianofest in the Hamptons with Paul Schenly in 2014. Jordan has played concerts and recitals around the South, the Pacific Northwest, New England, New York, Canada and Switzerland. He maintains a full-time teaching schedule and is the organist at the Holy Trinity-Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church.