Eduardo Jordão was born in Lisbon (1982). He began his piano studies at the Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa, on Professor Savka Konjikusic’s class. He’s a graduated from Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (ESML) where he attended Professor Miguel Henriques’ classes. He has been awarded the 1st prize in the "1st Competition Lopes-Graça, Piano Discipline" continuing to pay particular attention to the dissemination of this composer's work. Eduardo Jordão has performed as a soloist with the Orchestra of ESML, Orquestra do Norte and in chamber groups at different stages such as Aula Magna, Auditório Fernando Lopes-Graça, Romeu Correia Forum, Teatro Joaquim Benites, Forum Luísa Todi, Centro Cultural Vila-Flor, CCB, among others. He and João Vasco, also a pianist, conceived the duo "20 Fingers" (four hands and two pianos) and they are performing since 2007 till nowadays. This duo explores different styles of music. Its show is called «From Mozart to Chico Buarque». In this context, Eduardo has participated in some international festivals, in several countries such as France (Paris), Germany (Berlin) and Ireland (Cork) and also in many recitals from North to South of Portugal including the Madeira and Azores archipelago. He has also performed at the 2007 Mozart Festival Roveretto, Italy while accompanying Irene Lima on the cello and Rodrigo Gomes on the violin. In 2014 he recorded the album "Retrato a Cores" with Joana Rios who sings, amongst a few others, several original songs of his own.
In 2018 he released, along with cellist Samuel Santos, his second album entitled "Songs without words" that contains the work for cello and piano by the Portuguese composer Eurico Carrapatoso. He collaborated as a pianist, composer and arranger with several groups from different musical worlds, such as: Couple Coffee, Rumos Ensemble, Coro Infantil do Instituto Gregoriano de Lisboa, Camerata Vianna da Motta, Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa, among others. He teaches piano at the Conservatório Regional de Setúbal since 2002.