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“Joshua Hopkins got his taste of…whip-cracking tempi in Why do the nations so furiously rage?, and Hopkins stood up to the test admirably. In other airs where he could relax with the music, he produced a big sound that lent authority to the texts he sang.” Edmonton Journal, Bill Rankin, December 21, 2003.

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“A new comet streaked into view…with the OIC debut of Montreal-based baritone Joshua Hopkins. As Pollux, he would seem to have every resource needed for success, with a thickly attractive vibrato and imposing ruggedness that are just part of his full-bodied, darkly coloured tonal armoury.” The Toronto Star, Geoff Chapman, February 10, 2003. “The Pollux […]

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“Joshua Hopkins, who in the small role of Friedrich Bhaer, gave a lovely reading of Mr. Adamo’s setting of Goethe’s ‘Kennst du das Land’.” The New York Times, Allan Kozinn July 30, 2002. “Joshua Hopkins sang Friedrich in a honey-toned, unforced baritone.” The New Yorker, Alex Ross, July 22, 2002. “If Joshua Hopkins didn’t look […]

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