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“…there was a set of soloists that I’ve never heard surpassed in this work. They were…baritone Joshua Hopkins. Hopkins, in particular, [was] nothing less than magnificent…opening up a floodgate of pure rich tone, expressive vigour and long, long lines. [He] brought the spirit of opera to this Messiah.” The Vancouver Sun, Lloyd Dykk, December 13, […]

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“Joshua Hopkins in his debut as Valentin, Marguerite’s brother, contributes some eloquent, clear-toned singing, with a nicely focused top to his voice. The famous aria in the [first] act is a high point, as indeed is [his] death scene in the [third] act–a very fine performance in every respect.” Calgary Herald, Kenneth Delong, November 9, […]

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“Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins’s Marcello was the star among the bantering bohemians: his was a consummate performance, with impressive singing and convincing acting.” Opera News, Marcia J. Citron, July 2008. “Hopkins was a virile Marcello, pouring out luscious sound…” Houston Chronicle, Charles Ward, April 14, 2008. “Joshua Hopkins supplies Marcello with a particularly warm but […]

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“The performances are wonderful throughout, especially Hopkins, who has a breathtaking voice.” Arizona Daily Wildcat, Justyn Dillingham, March 6, 2008.

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Arizona Opera, 2008. Photos by Tim Fuller.

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Central City Opera,  2008. Photos by Mark Kiryluk.

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