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Having won the Verbier Festival Academy’s Prix d’Honneur in 2008, Joshua is set to make his Festival debut as the Count in “Le nozze di Figaro.”  This semi-staged concert will be conducted by Paul McCreesh and will feature Gábor Bretz as Figaro, Sylvia Schwartz as Susanna and Susanna Phillips as the Countess.  The concert will […]

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It’s a Wonderful Life
Composed by Jake Heggie, with libretto by Gene Scheer. Performed by Houston Grand Opera.
With William Burden, Talise Trevigne, Rod Gilfry, Andrea Carroll, and Anthony Dean Griffey. Conducted by Patrick Summers.

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Joshua is thrilled to be making his New York Philharmonic debut this June in two separate works.  The first set of concerts is part of “The Nielsen Project“.  Conducted by Music Director Alan Gilbert, over several seasons the NYP will perform and record the six symphonies and three concertos of Carl Nielsen, the national composer […]

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Joshua is thrilled to be making his European concert debut with the Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias in Spain this May.  Conducted by Jayce Ogren, Joshua will be performing Lieberson’s beautiful and poignant “Songs of Love and Sorrow” set to the enticing and heart-breaking poetry of Pablo Neruda.  You can come hear this beautiful […]

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Critics are loving Vancouver Opera’s new production of Il barbiere di Siviglia and Joshua has received outstanding critical acclaim for his portrayal of Figaro.  David Gordon Duke from the Vancouver Sun raves, “…one element of the endeavour transcends even this overall consistent standard – the quality and lithe exuberance of baritone Joshua Hopkins’ Figaro.  Vancouver […]

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Come see Joshua cut up the stage as the beloved Barber of Seville.  Joshua is delighted to be spending the second part of his 11-12 season making two opera company debuts singing Figaro.  His first debut is with Vancouver Opera in a new production, directed by Dennis Garnhum, set in a 1940s movie studio in […]

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