"Piffaro member Priscilla Herreid was a standout among the wind band’s many strong performers. Often playing [t]he top line with soprano recorder or a higher shawm, she highlighted the stylish ensemble with thoughtful phrasing and enviable intonation."
"Herreid was able to create a vocal quality to her softly sustained recorder notes which so closely matched the focused clarity of [Nell] Snaidas’ soprano that the blend of the two became a subtle weave of sound fabric."
"...Priscilla Herreid deserves special mention for her lively, perfectly pitched evocation of the nightingale...Young musicians like Priscilla Herreid prove [the period instrument] resurrection of the past has a future."
"Priscilla Herreid played a set of variations on the soprano recorder... and produced a series of virtuoso displays that flowed from note to note with an unbroken, almost liquid, continuity. That’s a hard trick to pull off on the recorder and it creates a mesmerizing effect when it succeeds."
February 16, 2014
Christine Facciolo, Delaware Arts INfo Blog
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