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This summer, Joshua is thrilled to be making his Glyndebourne Festival debut as the jealous and willful Conte di Almaviva, one of Joshua’s favourite roles.  Michael Grandage’s 2012 production of Mozart’s “Le nozze di Figaro” returns to the festival with a new cast of singers and conductor Jérémie Rhorer making his UK operatic debut.  The […]

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Joshua’s recent Lieder recital given in Vancouver with Michael Jarvis is currently being streamed online by CBC Music.  (Please click on “Read More” at the bottom to find the CBC Music link.)  This rich program was performed on a recently restored 1832 Biber fortepiano allowing the audience to experience how the masters of German Romantic […]

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Joshua will debut a new Lieder program alongside a majestic, recently restored 1832 Biber grand piano later this month with pianist Michael Jarvis.  The program, “Restless Love,” delves into German Romanticism, the prolific period of Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, and Mendelssohn.  The theme of this Liederabend explores a lone man’s joyful triumphs and inconsolable struggles with […]

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On January 19th at 1 pm EST, Joshua is thrilled to appear in his second ‘Live in HD’ directly from the Metropolitan Opera, singing the role of Lord Guglielmo Cecil.  Now entering its seventh season, The Met: Live in HD can be seen in 64 countries in just about every important world capital from Paris […]

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Joshua is thrilled to be making his return to the Metropolitan Opera as Lord Guglielmo Cecil in Sir David McVicar’s riveting new production of “Maria Stuarda“ starring the incomparable Joyce DiDonato in the title role.  In a special opening night gala performance, the Met celebrates the arrival of 2013 with the company’s very first performance […]

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Joshua is pleased to announce that the ATMA Classique recording of Johannes-Passion under the direction of Alexander Weimann has been nominated for an ADISQ for best classical vocal recording of the year.  Congratulations to everyone involved.

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