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This spring Joshua makes his exciting WNO debut in Mozart’s The Magic Flute as Papageno, one of Joshua’s signature roles.  Set to a new English translation by Kelley Rourke and featuring a colorful kaleidoscope of sets and costumes by Japanese American artist Jun Kaneko, the production is guaranteed to captivate audiences of all ages. The […]

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Joshua is thrilled to be making his German house debut with Oper Frankfurt this March.  He will be performing the role of Guglielmo in Christof Loy’s award-winning production of Mozart’s “Così fan tutte.”

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Joshua is delighted to launch 2014 with a return to the Metropolitan Opera after performing in last season’s critically-acclaimed Maria Stuarda.  This January he will be singing the role of Schaunard in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic and beautiful production of La Bohème.  Starring Joseph Calleja and Maija Kovalevska and conducted by Stefano Ranzani, Puccini’s masterpiece will […]

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Joshua has won critical acclaim for his portrayal of Marcello in La bohème with the Canadian Opera Company.  The Globe and Mail has hailed him as being “perfect” and the Toronto Star has claimed he “played Marcello with the right balance between obsession and self-disgust, making him a truly interesting character.”  For more details, please […]

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Joshua kicks off his season immersed in Puccini.  He will be performing Marcello in “La bohème” in a new production with the Canadian Opera Company directed by John Caird and conducted by Carlo Rizzi.  This Winter, he is pleased to return to The Metropolitan Opera singing Schaunard in a revival of the beloved Franco Zeffirelli […]

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OPERA CANADA has featured Joshua in their summer edition in an article that reveals the very beginnings of his now burgeoning international career.  You can check out Brian David’s insightful article here.

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