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Joshua makes his anticipated debut as the fated sailor in Britten’s haunting and powerful masterpiece this summer. Joined by Daniel Norman as Captain Vere and Kevin Burdette as John Claggart, Joshua headlines a fantastic cast for the Colorado premiere of Billy Budd at Central City Opera. John Baril conducts a new production directed by Ken […]

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Joshua makes an exciting debut with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra this spring performing Haydn’s masterpiece The Creation. Under the baton of Matthew Halls, Joshua is joined by James Gilchrist, Carolyn Sampson, and the Dallas Symphony Chorus in what is sure to be a dynamic and jubilant end to the symphony’s season.

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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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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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Joshua is thrilled to make his anticipated debut with San Francisco Opera singing the role of Harry Bailey in Jake Heggie’s It’s a Wonderful Life. Joshua created the role when the opera had its world premiere at Houston Grand Opera and he is delighted to bring this classic holiday tale to the San Francisco audience.

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Joshua is thrilled to return to the Metropolitan Opera stage performing Mercutio in Bartlett Sher’s captivating production of Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette. Conducted by the iconic Plácido Domingo, Joshua is joined by a wonderful cast starring Charles Castronovo and Ailyn Pérez.

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