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In conjunction with Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Vocal Arts DC presents Joshua and Myra Huang in a digital recital from October 8-19. The program features the powerful cycle Songs For Murdered Sisters written for Joshua by Jake Heggie and Margaret Atwood. The recital also explores poems & songs from past centuries by Schubert, Fauré & Debussy, examining them […]

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Lyric Opera of Chicago (role debut) Enrique Mazzola, conductor Daniel Slater, director

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Critics are loving Joshua’s debut as the swaggering Belcore in Lyric Opera of Chicago’s The Elixir of Love. The Chicago Sun Times gives the show 4 stars and claims, “With his rich baritone, Hopkins’s Belcore was much more than a self-important lothario.” Chicago Classical Review  affirms, “Hopkins sang with a fine, dark-hued voice throughout and […]

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“With his rich baritone, Hopkins’s Belcore was much more than a self-important lothario. Yes, he looked hot in his navy whites, and he loved the sound of his own resonant voice. But skillfully skirting slapstick, his naval captain was delightfully believable: your average, good-looking bro’ too clueless to recognize that his usual magic isn’t working.” […]

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Edinburgh International Festival (company and role debut) Lothar Koenigs, conductor Louisa Muller, director

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Joshua makes his debut with the Edinburgh International Festival performing his first Harlekin in R. Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos. Conducted by Lothar Koenigs, Joshua is joined by a spectacular cast that includes Dorothea Röschmann, David Butt Philip, Brenda Rae, and Catriona Morison. This wonderful semi-staged production directed by Louisa Muller will be available to watch online from August 29 to […]

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