Adam Jaffe

Adam Jaffe studied piano performance at Carnegie Mellon University and was the recipient of a 2011 Fulbright scholarship to further his education at The Royal Conservatory of The Hague, where he completed his studies in harpsichord under Jacques Ogg, Patrick Ayrton, and Kris Verhelst. As part of Duo De Jordaan, a keyboard duo that he co-founded with Anthony Abouhamad, he has toured Australia, North America, and Europe, including concerts in the Engelse Kerk in Amsterdam, the Musical Instruments Museum in Brussels, and the Handel House in London; the duo were additionally interviewed on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s “Breakfast Jams” program and featured in the Canberra Times. He has performed on National Public Radio and with I Solisti di Perugia in Perugia, Italy as well as in the Baroque Room (St. Paul, MN), the High Museum of Art, and as part of the William S. Newman Artists Series in Chapel Hill, NC.

Jaffe returned to his hometown of Atlanta in 2015.