"Prize for the sincerity and joy of music-making, and honesty of emotions expressed when playing music. Also, for the flair she demonstrated during The Henryk Wieniawski International Violin Competition."~ polityka.pl
"Aleksandra Kuls has managed to reflect in Brahms’ Concerto due depth of expression, solemnity, and at the same time an appropriate dose of virtuosity, especially in the “Hungarian” finale. She led the musical narration wisely and consistently, and accurately composed the drama of a major piece. As an encore, she enchanted her listeners with Bach’s Sarabanda from the III Score. Overwhelming silence that fell in the hall after the last tone best reflected the quality of her interpretation."~ Anna Woźniakowska "Dziennik Polski"
"The young violinist daringly performed: Chaconne from II Score D-minor by Johann Sebastian Bach, Niccolo Paganini’s Caprice (no 13 and no 24 from opus 1), Henryk Wieniawski’s Caprice (no 6 op. 10 and no 3 op. 18) as well as her own compositions (The Swing, Prelude). The unusually gifted artist masterfully handled the ardous task of making the whole concert a solo performance without the support of an accompanist. She enchanted her audience not only with excellent performance but also with her inspiring personality and musical sensitivity. She modestly welcomed the complements from the audience who were delighted with her performance and requested encore (the violinist performed Bach’s Sarabanda)."~ ckis.pl