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“Following up from his impressive company debut last season as the doomed violinist Tadeusz in The Passenger, Joshua Hopkins was a terrific Mercutio. The Canadian baritone conveyed the character’s wacky bravado and delivered a nimble and elegant account of the Queen Mab aria.”  Chicago Classical Review, Lawrence A. Johnson, February 23, 2016. “Joshua Hopkins [made] an […]

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Houston Grand Opera Harry Bicket, conductor Ian Rutherford, director Michael Grandage, production

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“Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins is excellent as the Count. His portrayal was more nuanced that the usual indignant and self-aggrandized minor royalty who is having a bad day. His portrayal is less of a stereotype. His Count is bewildered and bemused by events he thought he controlled; a bungling lothario and incompetent schemer who is […]

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