If you think you know what classical music sounds like, think again. Nagorcka’s music seems to exist in its own specific universe, perplexing and distinct...yet precise and somehow universal.
— - about the album Song of the Central Tree 2016

beautiful harmonies ... deeply satisfying ... repays repeated listening
— Roz Cheney, Sounds Australian Journal

sensuous rather than cerebral … most rewarding … strongly recommended
— Peter Larsen, 3MBS Libretto

wonderful in the balancing of ecological and musical structures. Nagorcka has a very sensitive ear for nature.
— Pauline Oliveros, New York

wondrous ... the most Tasmanian [non-indigenous] music I have ever heard.
— Peter Sculthorpe, Composer

brilliantly effective electronic manipulation ... fascinating ... unique.
— New Classics, UK

a unique, innovative and distinctive voice.
— Larry Polansky, Performer and Composer

his work with environmental sound, alternative tuning systems, and computer technology is on a par with the most advanced work in these fields anywhere.
— Warren Burt, Composer

passionate, reflective, modern and witty.
— Jack Hibberd, Playwright

musical, strong, sensitive and fun.
— Bonnie Barnett, KLXU Los Angeles

The constant and delightful thread of sounds weaving throughout this CD [‘Devils of the Night’] is the representation of animal, bird and environmental sounds. They keep the heart of the land always at the forefront of attention.
— Elizabeth Scarlett, Artstreams