REVIEWS the Radio Concert Hall we have cheered a young piano player who has become a certitude even since the latest seasons - Alexandra Costin, proposing this time Schumann’s piano concerto, approached with her well-known technical accuracy and especially with that stylistic refinement to be easily found in the Romanian spirit, free of sentimentalistic excesses and with no intention to amaze: the naturally playing for both her own joy and hours, being captivating since the very first bars...

Anca Florea - Observatorul Cultural (Cultural Observer), July 9th, 2008

... Alexandra Costin's interpretation delighted the public by her particular manner to valorize the stylistic element specific to Schumann's piano compositions : inner speech, sometimes accompanied by dramatic accents, exclusively lyrical passages besides temperamental bursts, nuances of rare delicacy together with bright tonalities. And everything was lead with much ability and natural feeling, free of that excess of sentimentalism approached rather often by various interpreters today.

Costin Tuchila - Amos News, June 8th, 2008

Alexandra Costin is the kind of soloist who successfully manages to convey her own creative feelings to the audience….the young pianist offered a Beethovian image from the very first chord, one laden with energy; in each of the movements, Alexandra Costin’s full sonority, now expansive, now of an indirect luminosity, crystallized into a veritable vehicle of emotion…courageous accents in the bass, forceful crescendos, even in very short passages, lyrical breezes, as in the gentle murmur of the secondary theme.

Oltea Serban Parau – Adevarul literar si artistic, June 13th, 2007
(Concertul no.4 for piano and orchestra by L. van Beethoven)

Alexandra Costin has an enchanting musicality and sensibility…interpretative balance and colour…expressive phrasing…a mature sense of construction, with clarity of architectonic line, the finest nuances

Costin Tuchila – Cronica Romana, June 6th, 2007
(Concerto no.4 by L. van Beethoven)

… clarity of discourse, sustained by impeccable technique….the cadences were likewise a true demonstration of precision and logic, and the entire solo part inscribed itself under the sign of modern, alert perceptiveness, laden with vitality and sparkle…inner strength and balance were in evidence both in the virtuoso passages and in the lyric moments…

Anca Florea – Viata medicala no.23, June 29, 2006 (Concerto no.4 by L. Van Beethoven)

Pianist Alexandra Costin representatively expresses herself through the quality of her constantly luminous timbre, her silvered sonority….fluent piano playing, traditional in its intonations of virtuoso romanticism….an especial emotiveness was conveyed in the Andante con motto (Concerto no.4 in G major by Beethoven)

Ada Brumaru – Melos, June 2006

Beethoven’s Piano Concerto no.4 in G major opus 58 provided Alexandra Costin with an opportunity to display a profound knowledge of dosage….Alexandra Costin has power and inner vibration, and most importantly she knows music….the young pianist passed this test of virtuosity and emotional involvement with flying colors

Florian Baiculescu – Observator Cultural no. 67 (324), June 8-14, 2006

Alexandra Costin adds with naturalness and delicacy her own personal imprint…the musical content and phrases are uttered with clarity….unostentatious technical perfection, combined with sensitivity and personality, which meticulously accompany all the levels that the music she is performing can offer

Virgil Oprina – Ziarul de duminica, June 9th, 2006

A captivating performance! Alexandra Costin is making an imposing name for herself in our musical life

Anca Florea – Cronica Romana , May 26th, 2006

As played by Alexandra Costin, Grieg’s Concerto in A minor for piano and orchestra enjoyed romantic treatment, and her expressivities of touch was impressive in her talented treatment of lyrical passages

Daria Filimon – Ziarul financiar, May 28th, 2004

The Romanian Pianist Alexandra Costin charmed the audience….great performance…a dream!

Siegener Zeitung, February 24th, 2003

Alexandra Costin has a distinct musicality, expressive phrasing, excellent technique and a remarkable sense of construction…proving stylistic accuracy, suppleness in intonation and an ability to recognize and valorize the strange combination of classic form and fantasy in the concerto score of the composer

Costin Tuchila – Romania Libera, February 5th, 2002
(Concerto no.2 in G minor by Saint Saens)