Archive for 2014
Joshua is thrilled to be making his Philadelphia Orchestra debut this December in Handel’s Messiah. Conducted by Matthew Halls, Joshua will be joined by Erin Wall, Sasha Cooke, Bruce Sledge, and the Philadelphia Singers Chorale to present Handel’s magnificent masterpiece.
Dallas Opera Emmanuel Villaume, conductor Kevin Moriarty, director
“Vocally, the Count and Countess Almaviva…stole the show. Hopkins’ baritone is strong, beautiful, and confident. He sings with musicality, bringing depth to a character whose insatiable lust and violent jealousy typically do not endear him to the audience. This brute has feelings, albeit entirely selfish ones, and Hopkin’s portrayal of the Count makes it easier […]
Joshua is thrilled to announce his 2014-2015 season, during which he’ll delve into two of Beaumarchais’ iconic characters and have his highly anticipated debut at the Lyric Opera of Chicago. Joshua brings his renowned portrayal of Count Almaviva in a return to the Dallas Opera and to the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon for performances under […]
Love Songs: Enter Johannes with Susanna Phillips, Kelley O’Connor & Nicholas Phan Myra Huang & Nicholas Hutchinson, piano Program will include songs by Johannes Brahms & Robert Schumann.