The Islands' Weekly Eastsound, WA August 20, 2014
Ziegler’s artful piano pieces included a World Premiere performance for four hands with Jon Kimura Parker; Hector Del Curto’s bandoneon cried and murmured and warbled love and anguish; Jisso Ok’s astonishing cello danced with her lithe movements and captured the audience; Pedro Giraudo’s double bass played skillfully with the ears of listeners.
Visiting cellist Bion Tsang had people whispering of Yo Yo Ma; Owen Kotler’s clarinet transported us to a Manhattan jazz club; and Aloysia Friedmann’s viola dreamed us into Oblivion.
On Lopez it took not two to tango, but 200 supporters including 73 Lopezians from the Alexanders to Zapalac and 14 businesses and organizations, plus the 170 concert goers who purchased tickets to bring this amazing music here.
Bravo Lopez, thank you for supporting excellent chamber music on Lopez! Let’s do it again next year!
By Micki Ryan