1. A Clear Sense of Commitment to Values : Vrinda Mundkur - Sunday Observer
2. Coherent blend of idioms - Indian Post
3. Vrinda gives mature recital - TOI
4. Vrinda Mundkur;s recital enthrals - TOI
5. Hindustani and Carnatic music interaction for mutual enrichment - Fine Arts Rasika
6. Interactive Concert - Vasumathi Badrinath - Vrinda Mundkur - Sruti
7. Celebrating the spirit of Indian Women on International Women's Day
8. Vrinda Mundkur - Udyan Concert Mumbai -
9. Vrinda Mundkur - Lilting rendition - Observer
10. Vrinda Mundkur - a promising young vocalist - Hindustani Music
11. Day of debutants - Mid Day
12. Personality - Indian Extress
13. Vrinda Mundkur - Review
14. Talent with an assured style - The Telegraph
15. Vrinda Mundkur - Youth to the force
16. Vrinda star of varsity fete - TOI
17. Fine display at youth festival - TOI
18. Music enthralls more in smaller soirees - Evening News
19. Vrinda Mundkur and Pradip Barot - Rageshwari

"A clear voice, attuned to a high degree of modulation marked her khayal as well as a light classical composition. The great variety of her ideas and intuitions were beautifully reflected in both the numbers."
 - Mohan Nadkarni in "The Times Of India" Bombay, in Jan. 1986.

"One was enthralled by her elaboration of Drut patterns in all the major events. It was obvious that the artiste had taken care to practice different and difficult tan patterns weaving them well in the frame. Her sawan with its rhythmic beauty had a captivating lilt."
P.G Burde in " The Times Of India", Bombay dated Sept.4, 1988.

"Her sense of involvement in music enables her to strike a rapport with the audience. The vocalist has been able to link the two idioms into coherence with a degree of success. Both the light classical pieces were marked by an elegance of diction." Amarendra  – Nandu Dhaneshwar in "The Independent", Bombay dated Aug.31,1998

"Vrinda Mundkur is another name in the galaxy of young women singers who are transmitting the methodics of their taalim with a sense of commitment to the concrete and clear values in music. Vrinda has a clear ringing voice." Roshan Shahani in "
 - The Sunday Observer", Bombay dated July 19,1992