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Archive for May 2019


“Baritone soloist Joshua Hopkins took on the roles of the angel Raphael early on and Adam in the final passages; in the delightful aria “Straight Opening Her Fertile Womb,” a humorously drawn description of the emergence of animals on the earth, Hopkins reveled in Haydn’s depiction of various animals—for instance, lingering on the “L” in […]

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Dallas Symphony Orchestra (company and role debut) Matthew Halls, conductor

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With Lisette Oropesa. Pittsburgh Opera, 2019. Photo by David Bachman.

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Pittsburgh Opera (company and role debut) Gary Wedow, conductor Chuck Hudson, director

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Joshua makes an exciting debut with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra this spring performing Haydn’s masterpiece The Creation. Under the baton of Matthew Halls, Joshua is joined by James Gilchrist, Carolyn Sampson, and the Dallas Symphony Chorus in what is sure to be a dynamic and jubilant end to the symphony’s season.

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