Natalia DudikNatalia Dudik graduated from the Leningrad Conservatoire and also studied at the Jerusalem Musical Academy under the supervision of Alexander Tamir. In 1995, she became a pianist and vocal coach of the Jerusalem Musical Academy. At the same time, she became a rehearsal pianist of summer master classes organized by the Metropolitan Opera in Tel Aviv, which subsequently brought her to 3-year fellowship at the Metropolitan Opera. She performed with various musicians and vocalists. In 2000–2006, she was a senior pianist and vocal coach of the Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv. In 2003, she contributed to productions of Humperdink’s Hansel and Gretel and Weinberger’s Schwanda the Bagpiper at the Wexford Festival. In 2006–2010, she was a pianist and vocal coach of the St Petersburg Chamber Opera Theatre. In 2017, she was a juror of the Georg Ots Competition in St Petersburg. Since 2017, she regularly holds masterclasses of the New Opera World Project in Moscow. In 2020, she was offered to become a vocal coach of the Young Artists Opera Program of the Bolshoi Theatre. Natalia Dudik contributed to productions of more than 70 operas and collaborated with Asher Fisch, Gary Bertini, Maurizio Benini, Paolo Arrivabeni, Julian Reynolds, Vladimir Jurowski, Vasily Petrenko, Peter Feranec, Daniel Oren, Zubin Mehta, Alexander Vedernikov, and Dan Ettinger among others.
In 2009, she joined the Mikhailovsky Opera as a pianist. In 2021, she became a senior pianist of the opera company.