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Utah Opera (company and role debut) Kristine McIntyre, director

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“Baritone Joshua Hopkins brings unsettling charisma to the title role, singing stylishly and earning laughs from Saturday night’s crowd even when the character behaves cruelly. (Charm takes Don Giovanni only so far, though; the opening-night audience gave Hopkins a hearty round of boos at the final curtain.) He also paints a startlingly clear picture of […]

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Dutch National Opera, 2017. Photo by Marco Borggreve.

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This Spring Joshua makes his highly anticipated debut as Mozart’s unrepentant rake with Utah Opera.  Joshua is thrilled to add this iconic role to his Mozartean repertoire, which already includes Count Almaviva, Papageno and Guglielmo.  Performances take place on May 13, 15, 17, 19 and 21.  Directed by Kristine McIntrye and conducted by Christopher Larkin, […]

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