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Yelena sings Piazzolla’s J’Oublie (Oblivion) with Julien Labro, bandoneon, Maxim Lubarsky, piano and the Balordet String Quartet at the Salute to Astor Piazzolla: 30th Annual Composer Anniversary Celebration in Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory on Sunday, April 3rd at 3:00PM
Yelena speaks at the Horasis Global conference on the universal power of music to convey ideas and emotion that words cannot express.
Yelena Dudochkin contributed a shimmering ‘Je veux vivre’
– The Boston Music Intelligencer
Yelena has a gorgeous, expressive and rich voice. Her performance was one of the true pearls of the opera.
– Victoria Kupchinetskaya, Voice of America
Ms. Dudochkin’s acting and singing gave depth to what might have been merely a sinister figure.
– Joel Benjamin, Theater Pizzazz
Yelena amazed the audience with brilliantly clear and difficult coloratura passages she seemed to sing with ease.
– Kontakt Magazine
Yelena Dudochkin, soprano, has captivated audiences across the world with her expressive stage presence, rich soprano voice, and powerful interpretations. Her recent roles include Tatyana in Eugene Onegin, Violetta in La Traviata, Snow Maiden in Snow Maiden, Brigitta in Iolanta, Gilda in Rigoletto, Norina in Don Pasquale, Chernyafka in Magic Mirror, Manon in Manon, Podtochina’s Daughter in The Nose, and Marfa in Tsar’s Bride, with a wealth of companies including Opera Boston, New Opera NYC, Commonwealth Lyric Theater, Opera Classica Europa, and The Mariinsky Opera Young Artists. A recipient of over 20 awards and honors, and notably, her world-premier performance in Magic Mirror (Chernyafka) was honored with the 2014 American Prize in Opera. Read More…
Villa-Lobos: Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 Recorded live from Carnegie Hall, United Nations Concert for a Sustainable Planet, September 2018
“Bess you is my woman now”
from Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin
Yelena Dudochkin, soprano
Phillip Lima, baritone
Ronald Feldman, conductor
Longwood Symphony Orchestra
Five Eliot Landscapes, Thomas Adès Op.1″Virginia” (New England Premiere)
Live concert in Jordan Hall