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Joshua is thrilled to be making his Philadelphia Orchestra debut this December in Handel’s Messiah.  Conducted by Matthew Halls, Joshua will be joined by Erin Wall, Sasha Cooke, Bruce Sledge, and the Philadelphia Singers Chorale to present Handel’s magnificent masterpiece.

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Joshua is thrilled to announce his 2014-2015 season, during which he’ll delve into two of Beaumarchais’ iconic characters and have his highly anticipated debut at the Lyric Opera of Chicago.  Joshua brings his renowned portrayal of Count Almaviva in a return to the Dallas Opera and to the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon for performances under […]

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After making his spectacular debut last season as the Count in Le nozze di Figaro,Joshua returns to Glyndebourne to sing Argante in Handel’s “Rinaldo.”  Joshua is excited to revisit this whimsical Robert Carsen production, which he first performed with Glyndebourne Touring Opera in 2011.  Baroque music specialist Ottavio Dantone conducts an exciting young cast led […]

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Joshua has won critical acclaim for his extraordinary portrayal of Papageno in The Magic Flute with the Washington National Opera.  The Baltimore Sun has claimed that Joshua was “reason alone to catch this “Flute.” The Huffington Post predicts Joshua will have an illustrious career and professes he “filled the Kennedy Center Opera House with sweetness and […]

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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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