“Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins’s Marcello was the star among the bantering bohemians: his was a consummate performance, with impressive singing and convincing acting.” Opera News, Marcia J. Citron, July 2008.

“Hopkins was a virile Marcello, pouring out luscious sound…”
Houston Chronicle, Charles Ward, April 14, 2008.

“Joshua Hopkins supplies Marcello with a particularly warm but clear baritone.”
The Dallas Morning News, Scott Cantrell, April 28, 2008.

“Aside from the exceptional Marcello of Joshua Hopkins, a competent group of singers did their duty on Saturday night…”
KERA Arts + Culture, Olin Chism, April 28, 2008.

“And she has good people singing all around her, led by baritone Joshua Hopkins, who came up alongside her in the Studio, as the tempestuous painter Marcello…Hopkins always can be heard…”
Artshouston.com, John DeMers, April 18, 2008.

“Among the men, the vocal plum goes to Canadian baritone Joshua Hopkins as Marcello. His rich and robust voice seems to give the warmth that his “Bohemian” colleagues are craving during the Parisian wintertime. His characterization is equally strong…”
ConcertoNet.com, Gary N. Reese, April 2008.

“Only baritone Joshua Hopkins, as hot-headed Marcello, sings with conviction and is worth watching.”
Houston Press, D.L. Groover, April 17-23, 2008.