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Joshua has won critical acclaim for his extraordinary portrayal of Valentin in Faust with Houston Grand Opera. D.L. Groover at The Houston Press professes Joshua stole the show, “his voice, mon dieu, has mellowed into a real instrument of purity, clarity and quality.” Broadway World’s Gary Laird proclaims Joshua “plays the valiant soldier with verve […]

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Joshua adds an exciting appearance this season as Valentin with Houston Grand Opera in Francesca Zambello’s beautiful production of Faust.  Conducted by Antonino Fogliani, the opera promises to be an intense evening of exquisite singing and fascinating drama with a cast led by Michael Fabiano, Ana María Martínez, and Luca Pisaroni.

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Joshua is thrilled to be performing three of Mozart’s iconic roles in one season.  Last seen in his critically acclaimed performance as Papageno, he begins the season with a return to Washington National Opera as Count Almaviva, a signature role.   This Le nozze di Figaro features a spectacular cast led by conductor James Gaffigan.  Later […]

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10 years ago, Joshua made his debut with the Santa Fe Opera during their 50th Season, with his critically-acclaimed, endearing Papageno.  This year, following his much-lauded performance of Nardo in Mozart’s La Finta Giardiniera last season, Joshua returns for the Santa Fe Opera’s 60th Season to sing Olivier in Richard Strauss’ Capriccio.  Conducted by Leo […]

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Joshua is delighted to be making his Hamburg Symphony Orchestra debut this May as Dr. Pangloss in Leonard Bernstein’s whimsical Candide.  Bernstein’s entertaining mixture between operetta, mock-opera and musical theatre exhibits symphonically exuberant music full of verve and colourful instrumentation, which will come into full effect in this scenic production conducted by Jeffrey Tate.  Narrated by […]

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Joshua makes his anticipated return to Houston Grand Opera after his much-lauded 2012 appearance as Marcello in La bohème.  He is thrilled to reprise The Pilot in Rachel Portman’s The Little Prince, a role he first performed with Houston Grand Opera when he was still a Studio member in 2004.  This magical opera is based on […]

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