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 opera has particular significance as it was the first opera ever to be performed at Glyndebourne in 1934, with founder John Christie’s wife and co-founder Audrey Mildmay in the role of Susanna.

Joshua’s appearance at Glyndebourne has been singled out by CBC Music, which has chosen him as one of twenty classical musicians making Canada proud this June.  There are 17 performances between June 8th and August 2nd.  Don’t miss Joshua in this operatic masterpiece!