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Archive for 2009


“Baritone Joshua Hopkins applied the requisite sense of command in “The Trumpet Shall Sound” and “Why Do The Nations.” Los Angeles Times, Richard S. Ginell, December 16, 2009.

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With Eduardo Valdes and Tony Stevenson. The Metropolitan Opera, 2009. Photos by Marty Sohl.

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With Eduardo Valdes and Tony Stevenson. The Metropolitan Opera, 2009. Photos by Marty Sohl.

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Santa Fe New Mexican Pasatiempo, Oct. 16, 2009 DOUBLE DELIGHT by Craig Smith This recital, co-presented by the Santa Fe Concert Association and the Marilyn Horne Foundation, was a treat from start to finish. The small audience was loudly appreciative as baritone Joshua Hopkins and pianist Jerad Mosbey hit one creative home run after the […]

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Baritone, pianist find a harmony of nature By D.S. Crafts For the Albuquerque Journal, October 11, 2009 As part of the Marilyn Horne “Wings of Song” vocal series, the Santa Fe Concert Association sponsored a recital by baritone Joshua Hopkins and pianist Jerod Mosbey on Tuesday night. Hopkins will be familiar to local audiences especially […]

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“After the ladies leave, along comes a feather-covered man named Papageno. His first aria has a folk-song flavour and Joshua Hopkins has just the right kind of baritone voice for it. He also has the character’s comic personality down cold. He was a complete delight on Saturday.” Ottawa Citizen, Richard Todd, September 14, 2009.

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