For a Jazz Great, Some Jazz Greats: A Tribute To The Art And Heart Of Betty Carter at The Kennedy Center
The Washington Post, Richard Harrington
April 14, 1999
"...Carter's gift for rapid-fire improvisation and total engagement with her musicians came through most strongly on "Star Eyes," featuring singer Carmen Lundy and Greg Tardy in a series of energized dialogues..."
"...Two vocal performances underscored the evening's sense of loss. Teri Thornton, who happened to win the Thelonius Monk Jazz Competition on the same night Carter passed away, invested the charmingly detailed remembrances of "I'll Be Seeing You" with elegant sorrow, while Lundy closed the program with a lustrous rendition of Cole Porter's "Every Time We Say Goodbye..."