Violinist Aisslinn Nosky has this effect on people: she makes them better.” - James Chute

San Diego Union-Tribune

Perpetually fabulous concertmaster Aisslinn Nosky.....” - Zoe Madonna

The Boston Globe

The orchestral selection that fared best was “Summer” from Vivaldi’s “Four Sesaons,” with the H&H strings turning in a vividly pictorial and palpably committed reading led by concertmaster Aisslinn Nosky, whose exploratory account of the solo line had enough charisma and flair to earn the group a spontaneous midconcert ovation of an intensity that seemed to surprise even Nosky herself.” - Jeremy Eichler

Boston Globe

Amid a Record Cold Wave, Nosky Brings the Heat of VIVALDI'S FOUR SEASONS” - Perry Tannenbaum

Broadway World

Scarlet-haired violinist Aisslinn Nosky is one to watch (in both senses): a young punk of Toronto's neo-baroque scene, a star in her own right, and guest director for Tafelmusik's forthcoming program Baroque Misbehaving, her deportment is reed-like in its easy grace and tensile strength. Tafelmusik seem to be playing as much for themselves and for each other as for the audience, and having a helluva good time – and we are all the better for it.” - Dee Jefferson

Sydney Morning Herald

The undisputed star of the evening was the amazing violinist Aisslinn Nosky....” - T. Woodcock

Huffington Post

Concertmaster Aisslinn Nosky roused the audience to near frenzy with her solos.” - Cathy Fuller

WGBH Boston review H&H Bicentennial

Aisslinn Nosky energizes SummerFestDynamic violinist heats up Haydn and SummerFest Chamber Orchestra Nosky offered Haydn at his most virile, most persuasive, but also his most playful. Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of her ebullient performance was how she was able to impose her personality on the SummerFest Chamber Orchestra, which included an expert first violin section of Kristin Lee (Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Daniel Ching (first violinist of the Miro Quartet) and Cho-Liang Lin (a renowned soloist and SummerFest music director). Those are individuals not known for having retiring musical personalities. But they and the rest of the distinguished ensemble were more than happy to join in Nosky’s lovefest.” - James Chute

San Diego Union-Tribune

Led by violinist Aisslinn Nosky, the Handel and Haydn Society brought new life to Vivaldi and other Italian composers.” - Joseph Miller

Santa Barbara Independent

Violins Take Center Stage in a Repertory ReincarnatedIndeed, the principal allure of the arrangement was in the contrasting sounds and styles of three excellent soloists from the ensemble’s ranks: Julia Wedman, Patricia Ahern and Aisslinn Nosky.” - Steve Smith

New York Times