INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES : Mûza Rubackyté is an accomplished artiste who has something important to say about the music she plays which surely lead her name becoming far better known in very near future. The defining point of Mûza Rubackyté’s Huston concert was her reading of Beethoven’s Appassionata Sonata. It was a rare case when refined musical tastes, an incisive understanding of musical form, and fully developped technique merged almost perfectly.

The WIGMORE HALL was alive with virility of her performance. A rare treat of a rare talent.

Such musicality : Almost the entire program had some link with Faust legend, with spirits and demons, and emerged in some breath-taking playing which had the audience on the edge of their seats for much of time. JERSEY-UK FEB 1997

NEWPORT MUSIC FESTIVAL saved the best pianist for the last. That would be Lithuanian Mûza Rubackyté, who dazzled the audiences here last summer and who was back for another lesson in just how the piano should be played. THE PROVIDENCE-USA JULY 1996

She let loose the full force of her temperament, playing with complete abandon and finally humor. Her huge intrepid performances, fulminating and girlishly whimsical by turns, brought people shouting to their feet at the end of each piece

Were the gods angered that a mere mortal could play the piano so well ? No just a fireworks display in the skies over Rosecliff, as Lithuanian pianist Mûza Rubackyté made her american debut. She turned out to be the real thing, though, a pianist with a ferocious technique, coupled with the soul of poet.

Mûza Rubackyté is clearly a musician of rare talent, as is evident also from her transcription of the three extant movements of Ciurlionis's String Quartet.

The present performance are abreath with that spirit, bringing forcefully to mind THE YOUNG ARGERICH IN CHOPIN... Now hearing MÛZA RUBACKYTÉ, an artist of phenomenal powers who must be counted among the most gifted pianists of her generation...Turning up amid the plethora of mediocre recitals by young hopefuls attempting to recreate The Legend, Rubackyté's recent LISZT program revealed the astounding and "consistent combination of power and shimmer, intensity and radiance, élan, and urbanity" comprising her unique sound -a sort of prismatically tinted ecstasy- which, with a present issues, suggests that she may be a Scriabin interpreter of the first order. Enthusiastically Recommended
FANFARE-USA, September-October, 1994

MÛZA RUBACKYTÉ has both a commending virtuoso technique to cope with the occasional eruption of strongest feelings and a keen sense of the elegiac poetry that the music calls for. CDRewiew, UK, July 1994 Here is something remarkable -the lightning reflexes of a LAZAR BERMAN wedded to the tonal finess of a BARENBOIM or BOLET in a sultry, unknown lithuanian beauty. MÛZA RUBACKYTÉ IS A BORN LISZT PLAYER with an instinctive grasp of the way that flourishes and fioriture, rippling arpeggios, tremolos, and massive chords call for color... Enthusiastically Recommended
FANFARE-USA, January-February 1994

No barnstroming here. MÛZA RUBACKYTÉ's selfless poetry makes Liszt even more exciting. An excellent Lithuanian pianist, MÛZA RUBACKYTÉ is an accomplished virtuoso who makes no show of virtuosity. Even in the formidable Erlkönig, bravura is entirely subordinated to musical gesture, with exciting and chilling results. No that she lacks intensity. In the transcription of Die junge Nonne and Gretchen am Spinnrade she can make flesh creep.
CLASSIC CD, UK, March 1994