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“…Joshua Hopkins, also a newcomer, sang with clarity and precision in a fine account of The Trumpet Shall Sound.” Calgary Herald, Kenneth Delong, December 8, 2006.

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IN REVIEW – OPERA NEWS ONLINE New York City – Joshua Hopkins & J. J. Penna, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall 11/3/06 by JOANNE SYDNEY LESSNER The talented young Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins made an impressive showing at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall on November 3. Hopkins, who possesses easy with nature-themed imagery. The most compelling of […]

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A superb vocal recital at BIG Arts By Harold Lieberman, special to the Islander Sanibel-Captiva Islander, Nov. 2006 A vocal recital was presented Thursday, November 30, 2006 in BIG Arts, Phillips Gallery by baritone, Joshua Hopkins and pianist, Jared Mosbey. The concert was sponsored in part by The Kenneth L. Nees Endowment Fund as part […]

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“Joshua Hopkins’ young and sexy Papageno was a vocal and dramatic triumph.” The Independent, Rosie Johnston, September 14, 2006. “Papageno was beautifully and forthrightly voiced by Joshua Hopkins, a Canadian baritone clearly destined for a fine career; his portrayal—decked in a T-shirt, yellow shoes, long jean shorts, and the now inevitable baseball cap—was gamely earnest.” […]

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“Particularly outstanding among director Kelly Robinson’s well-paced, superb cast of actor-singers are…baritone Joshua Hopkins as Papageno. Hopkins tackles his role with real panache, making Papageno a lively and amusing character who is a lot of fun to watch. Papageno’s glockenspiel routine that has the slaves prancing about during his love-makes-the-world-go-round Act II aria was but […]

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