Rebekah Jordan-Miller, DMA, MA, BMus, ARCT has performed widely, both as a soloist and as a collaborative artist in venues throughout Canada, the United States (including Vermont Public Radio), Austria, Australia, and Norway. Rebekah was recruited to study at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, where she completed a bachelor’s degree in performance in 2001. She also completed a Masters degree in Music Criticism from McMaster University and a Doctorate degree in piano performance and pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma. Her piano instructors include Gwen Beamish, Rebecca Penneys, Fernando Laires, Valerie Tryon, and Dr. Jane Magrath.
She is an active adjudicator and clinician, presenting workshops at the Music Teachers National Association state conferences for Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Georgia, as well as serving on the collegiate pedagogy committee for the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy in the United States. She was previously a staff accompanist at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY and, from 2010-2014 as an Assistant Professor of Piano and Piano Pedagogy at Shorter University in Rome, Georgia. Rebekah has produced two CD projects. “Let Heaven Kiss Earth,” was recorded when she was 19, with proceeds benefiting the work of Samaritan’s Purse and “The Sounds of Four Hands,” featuring music for four hands at one piano, with Dr. Howard Kim in 2004.
Her interests include any sort of outdoor adventure, anything related to animals and playing everything from pirates to princesses with her daughter, Olivia. Rebekah has taught every age and stage of piano abilities and enjoys fostering a love of music in anyone who has the desire to learn.