"I’m partial to musicians like Ms. Jaroszewska and Ms. Samojło. They have done their homework, but in the concert, they plunge in and take risks, and we are better for it".

David La Marche, New York Concert Review

"Ms. Samojło (....) made an even greater impression in many moments of austere beauty, her tone exquisite at the close “Like Blossom Dew-Freshen’d To Gladness” and the floating, Debussian quality she brought to “The Little Island”.

David La Marche, New York Concert Review

"Ms. Samojło tossed off the difficult opening passagework with playful ease and lightness of execution. Indeed, her playing throughout the polonaise was indicative of an understanding of the composer which is rarely seen these days".

David La Marche, New York Concert Review

Samojlo caresses the piano keys, bringing out the nuances in the music.

"....always excellent in contemporary piano repertoire"

Małgorzata Komorowska, Ruch Muzyczny

"Pianist Julia Samojło presented a dashing interpretation of this daunting and complex work that was recently recast by the composer from a solo piano composition to an imposing work for piano and orchestra."

Marek Żebrowski, Polish Music Center Newsletter

"Young pianist performed it brilliantly and you can see that she is a specialist in contemporary music."

Vladimir Riha, "Hudebni Rozhledy"

"The solo part was excellently performed by Julia Samojlo, doctorate student of Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. She greatly sensed all nuances of this music."

Daniel Wierzejski, "Polska Muza"