In 1987, the pedagogical institute in Weingarten, Germany awarded a scholarship for a one-year exchange program at the University of Alabama to one of their students, jazz pianist Monika Herzig. Together with her partner and guitarist Peter Kienle, she arrived in the States on a one-way ticket, with one suitcase of belongings and one guitar in August 1988.
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Distinctive originals and well-chosen standards reveal Herzig's warmhearted, reflective side and her
cleverly playful nature.
Nancy Ann Lee
Jazz Times contributor and co-editor of MusicHound Jazz: The Essential Album Guide
A lovely example of a thoroughly schooled, thoroughly modern jazz pianist.
Cherilee Wadsworth Walker, Eastern Illinois University
The lady can get down and play!
John W. Patterson, AAJ Fusion/ Progressive Editor
Willing to teach