XERXES - Glimmerglass, 2017

“Mezzo-soprano Abigail Dock, as Xerxes’s spurned fiancée Amastris, sang with straightforward honesty, well-knit tone, and scrupulous attention to note values.”

Opera News, October 2017, p. 38, review by Fred Cohen.

" . . . the sonorous work of Young Artist Abigail Dock (Amastre) gave the show what point and heart it had."

OPERA Magazine (London), November 2017, review by David Shengold

"Abigail Dock offered an empathetic, fluidly sung Amastris, her characterization enhanced by a most winning stage presence."

Opera Today, review by James Sohre

"Spurned fiancee Amastris was sung by Abigail Dock with skill and artistry. Her numerous rageful arias displayed vocal range and agility."

Taminophile, 18 July 2017

EUGENE ONEGIN - Portland Opera, 2016

"Dock gave Olga a beguiling presence that made her flirtation with Onegin convincing."

Northwest Reverb, 13 July 2016

L'ITALIANA IN ALGERI - Boston Conservatory, 2014

"The evening belonged to the Isabella, Abigail Dock. Her creamy tones, agile and luscious ornamentation, stole the show (as it should). She embodied a dominatrix with heart in one great scene after another. Her dressing room appearance in negligee was emblematic: amusing gestures with a powder puff fluttered along with her exquisite vocal roulades. The crowd rewarded her success."

Boston Musical Intelligencer, 21 November 2014