The new generation of pianists does not tend toward greatness...but Robert Jordan seems to be an exception.”

— Stuttgarter Nachrichten, Germany

(Soloist with Chattanooga Symphony in MacDowell's 2nd Piano Concerto) The technical dazzle is tempered by some exquisitely sensitive poetic insights, moments of soaring lyricism...a night of triumph.”

— Chattanooga Times

(Soloist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in Beethoven's "Choral Fantasy") He plays with vigor and vitality...his fingers are sure and he produces a big bright sound...consistent pianistic power...”

— Baltimore Sun

(Soloist with the Erie Chamber Orchestra in Franz Liszt's "Totentanz") ...from the wonderfully threatening rumblings of the opening theme to the crashing final chords, Jordan exercised thrilling control of the mounting tension of this pianistic dance of death.”

— Erie Morning News

(Soloist with the Erie Chamber Orchestra in Mozart's Concerto Rondo and Mendelssohn's 1st Piano Concerto) Robert Jordan is celebrating his 25th year of concertizing, amply demonstrated the reason for his success...Jordan's bravura performance resulted in repeated curtain calls from the very enthusiastic audience...”

— Erie Daily Times

New York-"pristine clarity and logic" powerful forward moving impetus" graceful songlike spontaneity”

— New York Times

Germany-"A new piano talent...we were grateful for this opportunity...richer for this experience.”

— Frankfurter Rundshchau, Germany

France-"His musical insight is profound. He succeeds in finding the most hidden and intimate thoughts of the composers. He posseses the rare quality of communication.”

— Le Dauphine, Dijon, France

Spain-"From the very beginning the public was aware they were in the presence of a major artist, a phenomenon of the keyboard...Robert Jordan electrified the audience with his brilliant performance...”

— Festival De Musica Estiu, Menorca, Spain