"..perfectly controlled yet vividly imagined reading of the Penderecki. The furious, dashing spiccato of the caprice-like Allegretto scherzando has real brilliance, while the darker musings of the lengthy Nottorno are beautifully paced, described with a broad, sweeping tone. "
"...in the Sonata No.9 for solo violin, Hanna Lachert shows impeccable control in the racing Inizio, from which some lovely passages of cantilena emerge. A subtle Baroque flavour colours the music, which she fully exploits. Sonata No.17, is richly expressive, particularly in the nervous edge to the lyrical movement: here the two players sustain the dramatic tension right through to the fiery scherzo and explosive, 18-seconds finale."
"The Strad", London
"...it is a fact that both the violinist and her excellent partner pianist gave everything, They offered the amazingly captivated audience (The hall was full till the brim) a passionate, fully engaged emotionaly interpretation of the piece (Penderecki's Sonata #2) ... for the effort required to prepare this extrmely demanding sonata both artists deserved high appreciation and for that particular performance sincere bravos"
"Nowy Dziennik", New York