With great feeling, Galina Sidorenko’s voice sounded resonantly and clearly, and the energetically and joyously performed aria “Laudamus te” from Mozart’s Great Mass was staggering.

Sankt-Peterburgsky Muzykalny Vestnik, No 5, May 2012

A mellifluous voice, always velvety, a delicate production of sound, noble performing style and psychological depth of the images portrayed, contact with the audience and ensemble partners on the stage – all this creates a surprisingly benevolent and warm atmosphere at any of her performances.

Zhurnal Lyubitelei Iskusstva, No 2, 2010

Galina Sidorenko came onstage at the Great Hall of the Philharmonic, and in addition to beauty of voice she demonstrated a lofty taste and complete understanding of Mozart’s style.

Sankt-Peterburgskie Vedomosti, 31 January 2006

Galina Sidorenko is a singer with true coloratura mezzo-soprano voice of European class. The chamber singer’s rare gift combined with the talent of a grand opera singer allow her to perform fashionable concert programmes that are attractive to both amateurs as well as subtle aficionados.

Teatralny Peterburg, No 2 (102), 2006

Im spiel mit den verführerischen melodien der titelrolle ließ Galina Sidorenko einen üppigen, warmen und beweglichen mezzo Ertönen, der in seiner schlanken Führung angenehm zu ihrer optisch attraktiven Präsentation der Carmen paste.

Das Opernglas, October 2005

Sidorenko und Prolat (Don José) begeisterten das Publikum mit hervorragenden Stimmen und feinfUhligem Spiel

Rheinische Post, 2 July 2005

Galina Sidorenkos Carmen ist selbstbewusst, temperamentfoll und weiß um ihre durchschlagendeWirkung auf Manner, die sie gezielt ausnutzt.

Rheinische Post, 2 July 2005

An unforgettable and tragic Anna (Mariinsky Theatre soloist Galina Sidorenko – a find for the composer).

Krasny, March 2003

Galina Sidorenko’s performance as Dorabella was a real find. This was a true triumph for her, a Russian Cecilia Bartoli: so vocally gifted and so intuitively perspicacious.

Peterburgskaya Klassika, March 2002

At Friday night’s performance, Kirov mezzo-soprano Galina Sidorenko made her company debut as a sultry, world-weary Rosina, singing the lower version of the role with a deep sable voice.

The Washington Post, 8 January 2001