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Wiancko played to the brilliant hilt. She tossed off the dizzying demands with extraordinary confidence and focus. Her sound remained shimmering, whether she was walking technical tightropes or sending songful lines aloft.
— The Cleveland Plain Dealer [re: Brouwer Concerto]

From the breathily staccato opening of ‘Cairo’ through the fractured jazz of ‘Fighters’ to the electro-classicalism of ‘Goldrush’, this is chamber pop at its most glorious.
— The Scotland Herald [re: Alice and Michi]

Fans of brilliant violin writing should be most excited about Farfalla and the Scherzo fantastique [by Sauret], two showstoppers that Wiancko and Vainshtein serve up with extra bravado.
— Allmusic.com [re: Émile Suaret album]