Excerpts from reviews:

Chopin Piano Concerto No.2, New Jersey Baroque Orchestra
"Zeigler ended the program with a spectacular performance of the Chopin concerto, met by the audience with a standing ovation...it was passionate in the approach of both the conductor and the very talented Zeigler. Zeigler poured a world of expression and solid virtuosity into his performance."
Sheila Abrams, Recorder Newspapers


Weill Auditorium, Carnegie Hall, Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue
"...spirited and driving...Zeigler has chops..."
New York Concert Review


Beethoven Sonata Series
"...a lustrous vision...a brilliant concept...symphonic in dynamic range and scope...Zeigler plays with a lyric legato that should be the envy of many... [he] found all the fire and lyricism in the score."
The Classical New Jersey Journal


An Evening of Original Works by Paul Zeigler
"...remarkable American compositions...it is refreshing to encounter music that is so utterly accessible and imbued with a compelling joie de vivre at it's core. All of Mr. Zeigler's compositions offered a full emotional and coloristic palette... Zeigler's piano playing was masterful, with balance, nuance and expression. Zeigler's setting of three Emily Dickinson texts was quite simply exquisite. The wedding of music and works was well nigh perfect..."
John Hammel for WNTI Radio


"...absolutely thrilling...technically perfect, emotionally exciting, mind-expanding...a virtuoso performer."
Madison Eagle, New Jersey


"...great virtuosity...full of passion...rewarded by thunderous applause."
Amsblatt, Leinfelden, Germany


"Bravo! Bravo!... one of the most inspiring piano concerts a York audience is likely to hear for a long, long time."
York Daily Record, Pennsylvania


"Mr. Zeigler's interpretation (of Beethoven) was a relief and a joy. His sensitive approach gave life to the work. It was a combined intellectual and emotional reading. There was communication. There was a message."
York Dispatch, Pennsylvania


"...Zeigler delighted the audience with absolutely virtuoso renditions... Zeigler played masterfully...the performance was flawless."
The Dickinsonian, Pennsylvania