Winner of New York Concert Artists Worldwide Competition, Georgian pianist Salome Jordania has performed solo recitals as well as with orchestras in Germany, Azerbaijan, Austria, Armenia, Italy, Spain, Austria, Israel, Ukraine, The Netherlands, France, Russia, Mexico and various states of the USA. She will be giving her debut recital in Berlin Philarmonie in March of 2023.
Salome has been invited as a guest artist performing solo recitals at various festivals like IKIF in New York City, Texas International Piano Festival, Piano aux Jacobins in Toulouse, France and Gijon International Piano Festival in Spain as a first recipient of Dominique Webber scholarship. Most recent performances include a solo recital at Royal Academy of Spain in Rome, Italy and performance of Chopin’s 2nd concerto with Orchestra Filarmonica “Giuseppe Verdi” in Salerno, Italy. Her next concert tour is scheduled during October/ November performing in different cities of Spain and in Vienna as a part of Georges Cziffra Festival.
Pianist Salome Jordania began her studies at the age of seven in her native Tbilisi, Georgia. Since young age she has won multiple international competitions and was granted a special prize by the Mayor of Tbilisi naming her “Cultural Ambassador of Georgia” at 13 years old.
Salome made her Lincoln Center debut performing John Corigliano’s “Chiaroscuro” as part of the AXIOM Festival. Her first CD recorded by NAXOS came out in May of 2022 where she recorded a piece titled “La Makina” written by composer Martin Matalon.
Salome earned her Bachelor Degree from The Juilliard School of Music with Prof Julian Martin and her Master’s degree from Yale School of Music with Boris Berman graduating with the Charles S. Miller prize as a distinguished pianist and with Yale Alumni Prize award. She is currently pursuing an Artist Diploma degree at Guildhall School of Music in London, UK with Prof Ronan O’Hora.
While studying in the US, Ms. Jordania was awarded the Norma Fischer Prize in Wideman International Competition; won bronze medal at the Jose Iturbi International Piano Competition, where she was awarded three additional special prizes for best Performance of Mozart, best performance of Chopin, and best interpretation of the commissioned piece and received the Georges Cziffra Award by the Cziffra Foundation in Vienna, Austria.