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“And the hearty-voiced baritone Joshua Hopkins stole the show as Papageno, the hapless bird-catcher who reluctantly becomes Tamino’s sidekick on his quest. Mr. Hopkins’s antics and pratfalls had the audience giggling all afternoon.” The New York Times, Anthony Tommasini, Dec. 16, 2019. “Stellar performances were delivered by all the players. Joshua Hopkins, baritone, provided a […]

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Joshua brings one of his signature roles to the Metropolitan Opera singing the beloved Papageno in their holiday presentation of Julie Taymor’s magical production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Lothar Koenigs conducts a dynamic cast of standout Mozarteans, including Joélle Harvey, Ying Fang, David Portillo, Kathryn Lewek, Morris Robinson, and Soloman Howard.

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With Erin Wall and Sir Andrew Davis. Toronto Symphony Orchestra, 2019. Photo by Jag Gundu.

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“Joshua Hopkins sang the enormous role of Athanaël with stunning skill. His character’s bold, even bullying personality was spot on, depicting a monk who is often called too proud in his single-minded pursuit of winning the soul of the courtesan Thaïs. In the end, Athanaël discovers he is in love with Thaïs, and renounces his […]

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Toronto Symphony Orchestra (role debut) Sir Andrew Davis, conductor

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Joshua makes an exciting role debut this fall singing Athanaël in Massenet’s beautiful opera Thaïs. Sir Andrew Davis is at the helm of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra conducting Massenet’s sumptuous score. Joshua is joined by renowned Canadian soprano Erin Wall in the title role of the doomed courtesan, along with Andrew Staples as Nicias and […]

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