“The extraordinary young baritone Joshua Hopkins delivered a solid and well-crafted Papageno, having doubled in the smaller, tragic role of the ill-fated suitor Silvio in Pagliacci.” The New Criterion, Paul du Quenoy, March 12, 2021.

“Silvio was performed by Joshua Hopkins with passion and solid technique.” Palm Beach Daily News, Marcio Bezzera, February 28, 2021.

“Joshua Hopkins was the personality-plus Papageno with the muscular baritone to make the bird catcher’s scenes crackle with comedic life. From his outrageous outfit to his lilting versions of Papageno’s arias, he was the day’s scene-stealer.” South Florida Classical Review, Lawrence Budmen, February 22, 2021.

“Joshua Hopkins, baritone, was a superb Papageno, likable and lovable.” Palm Beach Arts Paper, Rex Hearn, February 22, 2021.