Jordan Ong is described by Dr. Sergey Kuznetsov, China International Piano competition winner and Van Cliburn foundation organizer, as “one of the most talented pianists of his generation!”
Lanzo Luconi, Costa Rica Piano Festival Director, commended Jordan for the “dedication he has in the study of piano and the social impact he makes of musical art through it, inspiring others to pursue their dreams with great passion.”
At age five, Jordan performed at the Gammage Auditorium with the Van Cliburn winner and was named as Arizona’s Young Artist. He was awarded Yamaha Young Composer’s Award at age 7 and performed live at their national conference in San Diego. He was featured on ABC and NBC as the Best and Brightest Young Star.
Since then, he has performed all around the world, including United States, Canada, China, Philippines, and Europe. He has composed the score for a documentary called the “Magic History of Cinema” that was nominated and featured at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The movie he produced and directed, “Magic Medieval Masquerade” was the official film for the 2016 Texas Renaissance Festival.
PKWY Magazine, a popular business magazine in The Woodlands featuring the Who’s Who in The Woodlands and surrounding areas, featured Jordan as the “Piano Man” in their June 2016 issue, saying, “Jordan Ong is a 23-year old musical prodigy, classical concert pianist, composer and filmmaker who lives right in our neighborhood. A veteran performer at some of the most prestigious venues in the world, his virtuoso talent at the piano has thrilled classical music audiences.”
In July 2017, Jordan was featured at the Costa Rica International Piano Festival at the Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica, where he performed Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major with the Costa Rica National Orchestra under the baton of Alejandro Gutiérrez.
In May 2018, Jordan Ong took first place at the Russian Musical Alliance International Piano Competition, dazzling judges, audiences, and pianists alike with the performance of Tchaikovsky’s Dumka – Op. 59. Later that same year, he performed at the Academy of Music, Kimmel Center, one of the top 5 performing arts centers in the world, in Philadelphia on September 29, 2018.
In August 2019, Jordan Ong was selected by the Kirov Academy to perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. on August 15, 2019.
If you or your children are interested in being part of this exciting world of music and becoming a Piano Whiz Kid, Jordan is currently accepting piano students of all ages and levels. Now is the perfect time to start, so please sign up via email:
Jondanong1@gmail.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or text/call 832-331-6851, 713-826-8824. The rates are extremely reasonable, the progress immediate, with tremendous opportunities for performances! This is the BEST extracurricular activity for your children and yourselves. Give the GIFT of MUSIC.