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Joshua is thrilled to make his debut in Oslo with Den Norske Opera in one of his favourite roles, the precocious Figaro in Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia. Manlio Benzi is at the helm of a talented cast including Samantha Hankey, Levy Strauss Sekgapane and Luciano Di Pasquale in a remounted production by François de […]

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Critics are loving Joshua’s beautiful singing and impressive comedic acting in Santa Fe Opera’s Die Fledermaus. Opera Today characterizes Joshua as having a “glistening, malleable baritone of exceptional beauty” and Opera Warhorses claims, “Hopkins’ comedic acting could be the tutorial of how to perform this central role.” For more details, check out Joshua’s reviews.

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Joshua is delighted to be back for his sixth season with the Santa Fe Opera where he makes his role debut as Dr. Falke in Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus.  Led by conductor Nicholas Carter in an exuberant new production directed by Ned Canty, the fabulous cast includes Jane Archibald, Devon Guthrie, Susan Graham, Dimitri Pittas, […]

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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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Joshua will make an exciting European debut with Dutch National Opera this March performing the iconic Niccolò Machiavelli in the World Premiere of Mohammed Fairouz’s The New Prince. This is the second opera by the young American composer, who is strongly engaged with social and political issues, and has a deep respect for the power […]

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Joshua has won critical acclaim for his extraordinary portrayal of Papageno in Die Zauberflöte with the Canadian Opera Company. Musical Toronto proclaims that the combination of Joshua’s “smooth, warm, exceptionally beautiful lyric baritone” with his “funny, endearing, mischievous performance,” is a real winner.  Opera Going Toronto claims, “Hopkins holds us victim, delighted and spellbound” and […]

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