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Joshua is thrilled to be performing three of Mozart’s iconic roles in one season.  Last seen in his critically acclaimed performance as Papageno, he begins the season with a return to Washington National Opera as Count Almaviva, a signature role.   This Le nozze di Figaro features a spectacular cast led by conductor James Gaffigan.  Later […]

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Santa Fe Opera Leo Hussain, conductor Tim Albery, director

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“Baritone Joshua Hopkins as Olivier: His bright, unfussy delivery provides a useful counterbalance to a characterization molded a bit toward sulkiness.” Santa Fe New Mexican, James M. Keller, July 24, 2016. “As the poet Olivier, baritone Joshua Hopkins made his character a bright and talented young man.” Bachtrack, Maria Nockin, August 9, 2016. “As Olivier, […]

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“The series concluded on Aug. 7 with an enjoyable performance shared by baritone Joshua Hopkins and tenor Ben Bliss, with Illick at the piano. At the Opera this summer, they are rivals for the hand of the Countess in Capriccio. In this concert, they teamed up for another number in which they also portray romantic […]

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An Afternoon of Song with Joshua Hopkins and Benjamin Bliss Scottish Rite Center Joseph Illick, pianist Program will include works by Bizet, Britten, Duparc, Kern, Sondheim, Vaughan Williams and more.

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Santa Fe Opera Leo Hussain, conductor Tim Albery, director

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