Tatyana Dudochkin, Ph.D.

Tatyana Dudochkin, a distinguished pianist and teacher, graduated and post graduated with honors from St. Petersburg and Kiev Conservatories where she remained on the faculty for sixteen years. She is currently the Chair of the Piano Ensemble Preparatory and Continuing Education Department at the New England Conservatory. Ms. Dudochkin is on the faculty of Puigcerda Music Festival in Spain, Director of Russian- American Music Association, Co-founder of International Chamber Music Competition at Chamber Music Foundation of New England as well as the Founder and Artistic Director of the Annual Celebration Composer’s Anniversary Extravaganza at New England Conservatory Jordan Hall since 1991.

Ms. Dudochkin is a winner of the Grand Medal at the prestigious Early Music Festival-Competition in Lithuania, as well as numerous awards including Ukrainian Chamber Music Competition, All-Union Music Competition, Ukrainian National Music Competition, National Music Competition at Tallinn, Estonia. She continues to pursue excellence in her multifaceted career. Ms. Dudochkin is sought after to perform, teach and coach chamber music in festivals in Nova Scotia, Spain, Italy, New York and many others. Ms. Dudochkin often accepts invitations to teach master classes at conservatories in Russia, Ukraine, Spain, Italy, Holland and Japan.