A fierce inner conviction and sense of discovery…mandatory listening for anyone with a serious interest in early 20th-century music.
Jim Svejda, Issue 42:1 (Sept/Oct 2018) of Fanfare Magazine
An inspirational pianist…
Richard Fairbarn, Financial Times (Life & Arts), December 2014
The dashing pianist, Daniel Wnukowski, launches upon a jaunty atonal string of notes, only to swerve into virtuosic pomposities recalling an earlier age…and the performances do him proud.
The Sunday Times, Geoff Brown, March 2018
Violinist Daniel Hope and pianist Daniel Wnukowski join rapturously together in a glowingly recorded collection guaranteed to keep your index finger returning to the repeat button.
International Record Review, March 2015
After an energetic beginning, an electrifying music unfolds, enabled precisely by the rhythmic finesse of pianist Daniel Wnukowski. Also in the finale, the interpretation convinces through sheer elegance and an underlying emphasis on irony.
Stefan Drees, das Orchester 03/2018, Page 69
With virtuoso brilliance, Daniel Wnukowski captivates as a soloist in the piano concerto. This particularly comes through in the third movement, which sounds joyfully light but maintains a spirit of underlying solemnity.
Oliver Fraenzke, The New Listener, December 2017
I’ve been a fan of Wnukowski’s since I heard him perform at the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto. I was particularly impressed by his commitment to reviving works of exiled Jewish composers of the 20th-century including Wladyslaw Szpilman, Alfred Schnittke, Josef Koffler and others.
Robin Rogers, Ludwig Van, March 2018
The varied program of solo pieces for piano, songs and chamber music is performed with commitment and sensitive inspiration.
Remy Franck, Pizzicato, November 2014
The pianist Daniel Wnukowski and the violinist Daniel Hope take on Arlen’s works with great commitment and engagement.
Peter Sommeregger, Opera Lounge, December 2014
Wnukowski performed elegantly and with impeccable virtuosity, providing us with a faithful interpretation lavishly prasied by its narrator.
Francesco Calvani, Spoleto News (Italy)
He came into his own in the enormously variegated 24 Preludes Op. 28 by Chopin, where he displayed not only his affinity with the style but also the big guns to deal with some of the atrociously difficult ones as if they were child’s play; this was great playing and show Wnukowski to be a distinguished Chopinian.
Pablo Gardin, Buenos Aires Herald
It was gratifying to hear how Wnukowski kept the same tempo throughout the many variations, or the lightness and subtlety with which he performed the lengthy passages in the high registers of the keyboard, forming a successful and convincing interpretation.
Carlos Singer, Mundo Clasico (Classical World)
Wnukowski performed the Chopin Concerto with great passion and with a thorough understanding of Chopin’s compositional language. This was coupled together with a beautiful sound and the appropriate use of dynamics.
Adam Czopek, Nasz Dziennik (Our Daily)
Wnukowski’s musicality is especially evident in the sensitive, expressive phrasing of his Mozart and in the lyricism and emotional drama of his Schumann. His dynamic range is phenomenal.
David Gregson, Sandiego.com