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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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Critics are loving Joshua’s beautiful singing and impressive comedic acting in Pittsburgh Opera’s Don Pasquale. The OperaGene blog claims Joshua is a rising star and is one of the reasons to see this show and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette affirms Joshua’s two duets were the highlights of the evening. For more details, check out Joshua’s reviews.

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

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