"Pianist Fredericka King possesses the rare ability to make connections of all sorts remarkably clear through her playing. Last night at Jordan Hall, King offered evidence of this in the compelling logic with which she moved from one note to the next, in the way she sustained a broad musical thought over the course of an entire movement, or in the irresistible feeling that all the works on the program somehow resonated within each other, despite the 200 or so years that they collectively spanned."

- The Boston Globe