“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
“Yelena amazed the audience with brilliantly clear and difficult coloratura passages she seemed to sing with ease.”
– Kontakt Magazine, January 2011
Yelena delivered two live performance talks at the World Economic Forum in Davos this year, speaking about the power of classical music and its importance to connecting with our authentic selves and to each other. She was also the featured artist filmed in a documentary on the Fourth Industrial Revolution currently in development for major TV networks.
Click here to listen to my podcast with Karen Leland talking about the power of music to transform our lives.
This was a recent news article featuring Yelena Dudochkin in top 5 events in Boston in November 2018. She is in good company with Dawn Upshaw!
Click here for an interview with Yelena Dudochkin about her singing the Boston Premiere of the Gliere Concerto for Coloratura and Orchestra with the the Waltham Philharmonic in March 2018
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МНЕ ГОЛОС БЫЛ…
После концерта и в ожидании новых впечатлений
Душа стесняется лирическим волненьем,
Трепещет и звучит и ищет, как во сне,
Излиться наконец свободным проявленьем…
А. С. Пушкин.
Холодный декабрьский вечер. На фоне угасающего неба близится стройная громада St. Paul Church, где ждут гостей на вечер оперных арий, дуэтов, сюрпризов, подготовленный Обществом камерной музыки Новой Англии. Приятно войти в тепло, в атмосферу строгой католической церкви,
“Dudochkin’s delivery was elegantly legato and even throughout her range, infusing the central section’s Portuguese text with yearning.” -Geoffrey Wieting
A Remembrance of Things Dudochkin