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“The versatile Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins is a standout Schaunard, singing with robust sound and flair.” The New York Times, Anthony Tommasini, January 15, 2014.

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“The three men all displayed a strikingly instinctual feeling for the deeply sensuous nature of Purcell’s music…Joshua Hopkins too never let the thickness of his voice overcome the ornamented lines, all the while keeping them melodic and simple…In the fourth canticle, evoking the journey of the three Magi, Britten uses a trio of singers.  Bostridge, […]

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“Joshua Hopkins was perfect – conversational and believable – as the lovestruck painter Marcello…” The Globe and Mail, Robert Harris, October 4, 2013. “To my ears, particularly impressive was the warm and gorgeous baritone of Joshua Hopkins, who is now deservedly at the Met.”  La Scena Musicale, Joseph So, October 4, 2013. “Joshua Hopkins played […]

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“The drastic change, however, concerns the Count himself, whose promiscuity, in the context of 1970s ideas about open sexuality, originally turned him into a greater social rebel than Figaro. In a superbly judged performance, however, Joshua Hopkins makes him sinister as well as sexy.  Barbarina’s friends can’t keep their hands off him – but his […]

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“…it was a treat to hear a remarkable singer like Hopkins, fast becoming a real favourite of mine, in songs by Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, and Mendelssohn. Hopkins brings all his operatic swagger and real flair for communication to the recital platform: his expressive range is beautifully calibrated, and he’s capable of great emotional depth. His […]

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“Hopkins has real presence and fine comic timing; add in his clear, rich baritone, and he comes near to stealing the show.”  The Vancouver Sun, David Gordon Duke, March 11, 2013. “Baritone Joshua Hopkins, as Papageno, had the voice we most wanted to hear, and the personality we most wanted to engage with.” The Globe […]

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