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10 years ago, Joshua made his debut with the Santa Fe Opera during their 50th Season, with his critically-acclaimed, endearing Papageno.  This year, following his much-lauded performance of Nardo in Mozart’s La Finta Giardiniera last season, Joshua returns for the Santa Fe Opera’s 60th Season to sing Olivier in Richard Strauss’ Capriccio.  Conducted by Leo […]

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Hamburg Symphony Orchestra (company debut) Jeffrey Tate, conductor

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Joshua is delighted to be making his Hamburg Symphony Orchestra debut this May as Dr. Pangloss in Leonard Bernstein’s whimsical Candide.  Bernstein’s entertaining mixture between operetta, mock-opera and musical theatre exhibits symphonically exuberant music full of verve and colourful instrumentation, which will come into full effect in this scenic production conducted by Jeffrey Tate.  Narrated by […]

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Lyric Opera of Chicago Emmanuel Villaume, conductor Bartlett Sher, director

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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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