Archive for 2004
“Joshua Hopkins sounded wonderful as the Pilot. His easy-going personality was just right for the freedom-seeking flier.” Houston Chronicle, Charles Ward, December 7, 2004. “As the Pilot, Hopkins has a clarion baritone and an appealing, warm stage presence.” Houston Press, D.L. Groover, December 9-15, 2004.
“The baritone Pollux of Joshua Hopkins [is] dark and throbbing, with a fine ear for natural French phrasing.” ClassicsToday.com, Robert Levine, July 14, 2004. “Les personnalités les plus intéressantes en sont le baryton Joshua Hopkins (Pollux), au timbre sonnant également dans toute sa tessiture et à la claire élocution.” Opéra International, April 2004. (“Of the […]
“Joshua Hopkins used his firm, flexible baritone to rich effect in the “Soliloquy” from Carousel.” The Baltimore Sun, Tim Smith, June 18, 2004.
Castor et Pollux, tragédie en musique.
Composed by Jean-Philippe Rameau. Performed by Ensemble Arcadia.
With Colin Ainsworth, Meredith Hall, Monica Whicher, and Giles Tomkins. Conducted by Kevin Mallon.
“[Hopkins’] performance of Gustav Mahler’s amusing “Lob des hohen Verstands” was authoritative, animated and full of fun. Hopkins’ rich voice was complemented by his theatrical flair and joyful countenance in this merry, comic offering. I would love to see him do Gilbert & Sullivan.” The Courier, David Dow Bentley III, March 24, 2004.
Johannes-Passion BWV 245
Composed by J.S. Bach. Performed by Arion Orchestre Baroque and Les Voix Baroques.
With Jan Kobow. Conducted by Alexander Weimann.
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