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“Baritone Joshua Hopkins depicted a randy, gregarious Peer, and his voice rang out brightly in the brief vocal passages.” The Plain Dealer, Donald Rosenberg, September 29, 2007.

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“Joshua Hopkins frolicked through the small part of Momus with bounding energy; a shame he didn’t have more to sing, for his baritone sounded just as telling as in last season’s The Magic Flute, where he was a memorable Papageno. Hopkins as an underwear-wearing Cupid has to be seen to be believed.” The New Mexican, […]

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With Jean-Paul Fouchecourt. Santa Fe Opera, 2007. Photos by Ken Howard.

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Santa Fe Opera, 2007. Photos by Ken Howard.

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“To my ears, of the current crop of young Canadian baritones, Joshua Hopkins ranks at the very top. Beautiful voice, solid training, well-honed technique, strong musicality, engaging personality onstage – this man has it all. I saw him last summer as Papageno at the Santa Fe Opera Die Zauberfloete, a new production specially mounted to […]

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“…le baryton Joshua Hopkins montra autorité et solidité vocale.” La Presse, Claude Gingras, April 1, 2007 (“…the baritone Joshua Hopkins showed vocal authority and solidity.”)

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