“Kasparas Uinskas has all the ingredients of a great pianist and musician… in his New York recital debut, he offered much evidence of the talent that has garnered his impressive start on an international career…” Carnegie Hall (New York Concert Review)

“…The debut recital of Lithuanian pianist Kasparas Uinskas was far from another usual piano recital at the rich Berlin’s music scenery… even though it was Uinskas’ debut recital in Berlin, this pianist is far from the beginning point of his artistic journey…there is nothing left to wish for in his technique, and his interpretations overcome all limits…” Berlin Philharmonie (Klassik in Berlin)

“Kasparas Uinskas impresses at Wigmore Hall. …It was gratifying to see such an accomplished and emotionally mature performance of this highly sophisticated work [Brahms Sonata No. 3 in F minor Op 5] by such a young pianist. …The duple time exchanges between the hands in D flat major were played with a breathtaking sensitivity that was absolutely magical. [Brahms Sonata No. 3 in F minor Op 5]”. London Wigmore Hall (Seen and heard International)

“Uinskas Displays Mastery of the Romantic Repertoire.” London Wigmore Hall (Seen and heard International)

“Like the best players of Rachmaninov….Uinskas brought the house down with a barnstorming piece of playing in the coda. Uinskas performed the first of Chopin’s Op. 27 nocturnes as an encore to end an evening of first rate piano playing.” London Wigmore Hall (Seen and heard International)

“The highly sophisticated Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Op. 43 was certainly impressively performed by pianist Kasparas Uinskas at Siegen Theatre.” “His complex and contrasting part in the Variations was performed sensually and majestically, it was marked with powerful chords and mind boggling tempos. Kasparas Uinskas was clearly the master of this sophisticated piece, his playing was pure, light and powerful.” Siegen Theatre, Germany (Siegener Zeitung)

“Uinskas is one of the best exponents of Chopin I have heard among the younger generation of pianists.” “This was really exceptional playing which stands comparison with the best performances of the études.” “Uinskas allowed the music to build to a powerful climax and the coda was a breathtaking virtuoso tour de force.” Kasparas Uinskas CD “Passions and Reflections” by Stone Records (Musicweb International)