Award winning Polish-born and New York City-based concert violinist Kinga Augustyn has been described as "an adventurous performer valuable to New York's scene" (NY Concert Review), a "violinist for whom nothing seems too difficult" (Polish Daily News), "stylish and vibrant…playing with verve and superb control….great sensitivity and unashamed virtuosity" (The Strad Magazine), and "beyond amazing, one hell of a violinist, who has already made a name for herself in violin circles!" (The Fanfare Magazine). She has performed as a soloist with orchestras in the United States, Europe and Asia.
The outstanding Polish violinist Kinga Augustyn played the Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso by Camille Saint-Saens. "Clean" and deeply felt sounded her performance, a real Professional." (Performance at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall)"
…beyond amazing (…). Kinga Augustyn is one hell of a violinist. Her technique is tested to the breaking point in the virtuosic pieces, and she emerges unscathed. But also put to the test is her versatility in adapting to the wide range of music and styles presented, and again, she meets the challenge magnificently. Hallmarks of her playing are razor-sharp execution, even in the most taxing technical passages, and a tone of silvery purity high up on the E string, and of full-bodied mocha richness on the G string. That leaves a lot of notes in between, but they're all produced with equal and even resonance."
'Chaconne' [was] played with fluid warmth by violinist Kinga Augustyn.(Performance with Jose Limon Dance Company, The Joyce Theater)"