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“Jacobs-Perkins delivered the desolate Largo with hypnotic lyricism, causing listeners to forget where they were for a moment."

Alex Ross, The New Yorker

"...Jacobs-Perkins cut razor-sharp lines with her cello over scrubby brushstrokes of strings [and]...returned to perform 'Let Us Breathe,' a wrenching soliloquy...composed by [Jeffrey] Mumford after the killing of George Floyd." 

 

Michael Andor Brodeur, The Washington Post

“…gave a mesmerizing performance as the soloist in [Elgar’s Cello Concerto]..., causing the audience to leap to its feet and demand an encore...so haunting and delicate that the audience seemed to hold its breath.”

New York State Music

"...delightfully plucked and slapped her cello like a rockabilly upright bassist rather than a classical player.”

 

Jeff Spevak, The Democrat and Chronicle

"...delightfully plucked and slapped her cello like a rockabilly upright bassist rather than a classical player.”

 

Jeff Spevak, The Democrat and Chronicle

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