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Pittsburgh Opera (company and role debut) Gary Wedow, conductor Chuck Hudson, director

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“Baritone Joshua Hopkins as Dr. Malatesta was especially robust; his melodies rang with authority and grace. His third act duet with Mr. Glavin (the notorious patter song “Cheti, cheti immantinente,” immediately encored) and first act scene with Ms. Oropesa (“Vado, corro”) were musical highlights, with crisp ensemble work and riveting staging.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jeremy Reynolds, […]

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Washington National Opera Keri-Lynn Wilson, conductor Garnett Bruce, director Francesca Zambello, production

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“…Joshua Hopkins, with a bright, ardent voice, held his own in the bari-hunk role of Valentin…” Washington National Post, Anne Midgette, March 17, 2019. “One of the show’s most beautiful tunes, Avant de quitter ces lieux, is given to Valentin, sung in this production by baritone Joshua Hopkins. He caressed the cavatina with a tender affection […]

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An aria excerpt from Gounod’s Faust. Washington National Opera, 2019.

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Joshua begins 2019 revisiting Francesca Zambello’s beautiful production of Gounod’s Faust with Washington National Opera. He last performed the role of Valentin with Houston Grand Opera to critical acclaim. Joshua is thrilled to be back in Washington, D.C. where he has appeared in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro and The Magic Flute.

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