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Archive for March 2012


Vancouver Opera (company debut)

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Critics are loving Vancouver Opera’s new production of Il barbiere di Siviglia and Joshua has received outstanding critical acclaim for his portrayal of Figaro.  David Gordon Duke from the Vancouver Sun raves, “…one element of the endeavour transcends even this overall consistent standard – the quality and lithe exuberance of baritone Joshua Hopkins’ Figaro.  Vancouver […]

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“…one element of the endeavour transcends even this overall consistent standard – the quality and lithe exuberance of baritone Joshua Hopkins’ Figaro.  Vancouver audiences have enjoyed Hopkins as a lieder singer who combines an innately appealing instrument with musical sensitivity and precision.  Here he delivers a stunning interpretation of Figaro, rooted in his physical sense […]

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Sid (Joshua Hopkins) buys Nancy (Kate Lindsey) a couple of peaches and tells her to bring them that night and meet him at a quarter past eight for a walk together in the moonlight; if she is late, he will whistle under her window.  The Santa Fe Opera, 2010.

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Susanna, or via, sortite:  In this clip from the Act II finale, il Conte Almaviva (Joshua Hopkins) insists Susanna (Sylvia Schwartz) show herself.  He is certain that his wife, la Contessa (Susanna Phillips) is hiding a man and not Susanna in the closet.  Verbier Festival, 2012.

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Papageno (Joshua Hopkins) introduces himself as the bird-catcher for the Queen of the Night. The Santa Fe Opera, 2010

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