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Ottawa Citizen| NOVEMBER 24, 2010

Pembroke-bred baritone performs in New York, releases first solo CD
by STEVEN MAZEY

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It’s been a month of exciting back-to-back debuts for Pembroke-bred baritone Joshua Hopkins: in the same week in late October, he gave his first performance for New York City Opera in a musically challenging opera by Leonard Bernstein and he saw the release of Let Beauty Awake, his first solo recital CD, a collection of 20th-century songs for Montreal’s ATMA Classique label.

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OPERA NEWS by F. PAUL DRISCOLL Joshua Hopkins returns to Santa Fe Opera this month for a repeat of his cheeky, streetwise Papageno in Tim Albery’s 2006 production of The Magic Flute, and for his first Sid in a new staging of Albert Herring. As eager as he is to revisit Mozart’s bird-catcher — a role made to […]

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