Joshua Hopkins | Meet the Artists
Baritone. Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro.
Joshua was born and raised in Canada, and was a student at McGill University in Montreal before gaining acceptance into the Houston Grand Opera Studio.
He made his WNO debut in 2014 as Papageno in The Magic Flute.
Some of Joshua’s most recent role highlights include the title role in The Barber of Seville, Tadeusz in The Passenger, Ping in Turandot, and Junior in A Quiet Place.
Fun fact! Joshua was chosen by Opera News as one of “twenty-five artists poised to break out and become a major force in the coming decade.”
Get a glimpse at Joshua’s Count in The Marriage of Figaro, a performance The Globe and Mail says he delivers with “a virile, vigorous yet velvety sound.”
“Hopkins is superb as the Count, contrasting a smooth, honeyed tone with a characterization that is lecherous and abusive” – Financial Times
Buy tickets for The Marriage of Figaro to hear Joshua’s voice in person.