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Glyndebourne Festival Jérémie Rohrer, conductor Michael Grandage, director Ian Rutherford, revival director

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OPERA CANADA has featured Joshua in their summer edition in an article that reveals the very beginnings of his now burgeoning international career.  You can check out Brian David’s insightful article here.

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“The drastic change, however, concerns the Count himself, whose promiscuity, in the context of 1970s ideas about open sexuality, originally turned him into a greater social rebel than Figaro. In a superbly judged performance, however, Joshua Hopkins makes him sinister as well as sexy.  Barbarina’s friends can’t keep their hands off him – but his […]

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Opera Canada | Summer 2013 Meet a baritone whose passion for performing might seem bred in the bone. by BRIAN DAVID Read PDF

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This summer, Joshua is thrilled to be making his Glyndebourne Festival debut as the jealous and willful Conte di Almaviva, one of Joshua’s favourite roles.  Michael Grandage’s 2012 production of Mozart’s “Le nozze di Figaro” returns to the festival with a new cast of singers and conductor Jérémie Rhorer making his UK operatic debut.  The […]

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Vancouver Opera, 2013.  Photos by Tim Matheson.

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