26 Mar Profundo Basso at Spivey Hall
Robinson, with energetic pianist Caren Levine, fought the crossover tag on Sunday with a program covering three languages and three centuries… To several generations of American English. They close the formal part of the program with a rousing version of “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot,” in the Levine’s zesty arrangement, sounding like Gershwin meets honky-tonk cabaret, a treat to hear. Levine, too, is a catch. Her accompaniments were thoroughly engrossing and vital, with the on-the-fly allure of brilliant improvisations.
Original Source: The Atlanta Journal Constitution | Date: March 26, 2007 | By: Pierre Ruhe