Joshua kicks off his season immersed in Puccini.  He will be performing Marcello in “La bohème” in a new production with the Canadian Opera Company directed by John Caird and conducted by Carlo Rizzi.  This Winter, he is pleased to return to The Metropolitan Opera singing Schaunard in a revival of the beloved Franco Zeffirelli “La bohème” led by Stefano Ranzani.  Later in the season, Joshua makes important international debuts at Oper Frankfurt as Guglielmo in “Così fan tutte” and at Washington National Opera as Papageno in “The Magic Flute.”  After his tremendous success singing Il conte di Almaviva this summer at the Glydebourne Festival, he makes his return in summer 2014 to sing Argante in Händel’s “Rinaldo.”

You can catch Joshua at Carnegie Hall as part of their Benjamin Britten centenary celebration.  He will be joined by Ian Bostridge, Iestyn Davies, and pianist Julius Drake to perform Britten’s “Canticles” and his realizations of songs by Purcell.  Joshua also performs Fauré’s Requiem with Bernard Labadie and the Kansas City Symphony, and Messiah with the San Francisco Symphony conducted by Ragnar Bohlin as well as with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Jean-Marie Zeitouni.  In a recital presented by Washington National Opera, Joshua will be joined by tenor Paul Appleby at the Kennedy Center.