Jennifer Curtis at Weill Recital Hall
The New York Times, February 24, 2009
Simply stated, this was one of the gutsiest, most individual recital programs I've ever had the privilege to attend. What made it exciting wasn't just the variety—though that was certainly part of the fun in this violinist's equivalent of hitting for the cycle—but also the notion that the pieces Curtis played later in her concert, and the way she played them, made you continue to think about what had come before. An artist of keen intelligence and taste, well worth watching out for. Nice to hear Paul Desenne's The Two Seasons again so soon after last time, too.