Yelena Dudochkin contributed a shimmering ‘Je veux vivre'”

-The Boston Music Intelligencer, February 2014

“Yelena has a gorgeous, expressive, and rich voice.  Her performance was one of the true pearls of the opera.”

-Victoria Kupchinetskaya, Voice of America, September 2013

“Ms. Dudochkin’s acting and singing gave depth to what might have been merely a sinister figure.”

-Joel Benjamin, Theater Pizzazz, August 2013

“Dodochkin shows her inner-conflict and wavering loyalty with subtle glances, bringing nuance to an otherwise gentle servant.  The rest of the cast, however, portray their characters as archetypes rather than people.

-The New England Theater Geek, June 2013

“Manon was sung by soprano Yelena Dodochkin, who has a full-bodied, supple voice… She will surely be heard more often in future.”

-The Boston Intelligencer, January 2012 

“Yelena amazed the audience with brilliantly clear and difficult coloratura passages she seemed to sing with ease… Her beautiful voice and Italian technique were apparent in her Violetta”

-Kontakt Magazine, January 2011

“Dudochkin sparkled with virtuosity and sense of humor as Podtochina’s Daughter.”

-Musical Life (Moscow), September 2009

“Yelena Dodochkin (Kovalyov’s would-be fiancé) brought [her] character to vivid life.”

-The Boston Phoenix, March 2009

“…the glittering epistolary quartet …with Yelena Dudochkin was a welcome change of pace.”

-The Boston List, March 2009

“Shostakovich ‘Satires’ …were sung with dramatic intelligence by soprano Yelena Dudochkin.”

-Richard Dyer, Boston Globe, February 2006