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“Baritone Joshua Hopkins as Dr. Malatesta was especially robust; his melodies rang with authority and grace. His third act duet with Mr. Glavin (the notorious patter song “Cheti, cheti immantinente,” immediately encored) and first act scene with Ms. Oropesa (“Vado, corro”) were musical highlights, with crisp ensemble work and riveting staging.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jeremy Reynolds, […]

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“…Joshua Hopkins, with a bright, ardent voice, held his own in the bari-hunk role of Valentin…” Washington National Post, Anne Midgette, March 17, 2019. “One of the show’s most beautiful tunes, Avant de quitter ces lieux, is given to Valentin, sung in this production by baritone Joshua Hopkins. He caressed the cavatina with a tender affection […]

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“Joshua Hopkins’ rich, warm baritone made a great impression as Harry Bailey in his San Francisco Opera debut.” Bachtrack, Donna Stoering, November 21, 2018. “George’s brother Harry who does go off to college was sung by Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins with vibrant presence.” Opera Today, Michael Milenski, November 23, 2018. “…a duet for George’s brother […]

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Opera Warhorses, | August 5, 2018 Rising Stars – Interview with Baritone Joshua Hopkins by William Burnett Read PDF Rising Stars – Interview with Baritone Joshua Hopkins The following interview was conducted with the much-appreciated facilitation of the Santa Fe Opera and the Glimmerglass Festival. Wm: I ask my interviewees their earliest memories of music […]

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“Zambello gathered a cast that was tailor-made for their roles, and they made it all seem so natural and effortless. Joshua Hopkins in the title role came through the audience tossing off opera’s most famous entrance aria with aplomb. Hopkins’ baritone is full and free with high notes that ring effortlessly, and his Figaro was […]

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“The baritone Joshua Hopkins was especially confident and clear, with a high center of vocal gravity…” The New York Times, Zachary Woolfe, June 15, 2018. “Baritone Joshua Hopkins began the evening with “Largo al factotum” from Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville.” His rendition had no shortage of skill or humor, charming the audience from the […]

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