Joshua Jeremiah

Described as “rich-voiced” (The New York Times) and hailed for his “warmly appealing, burnished baritone” (Opera Today), Joshua Jeremiah continues to bring his celebrated performances to theaters throughout the United States. The 2018-2019 season saw his debut with Minnesota Opera as Horstmayer in Silent Night, the title role in Rigoletto with the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera, Carmina Burana with the Westmoreland Symphony, Scarpia in Tosca with the Reading Symphony, Father in Chunky in Heat with Experiments in Opera, and Dancaïro in Carmen with the Bar Harbor Music Festival. Future seasons include his debut with Houston Grand Opera to sing the student matinee and cover Rigoletto, Melchior in Amahl and the Night Visitors with On Site Opera, Lionel in The Maid of Orleans with New Orleans Opera, Carmina Burana with the Fort Wayne Symphony, Amonasro in Aïda with Opera Tampa, and Verdi’s Requiem with the Reading Symphony Orchestra.

His 2017-2018 season included Silvio in Pagliacci with New Orleans Opera, The Man in Persona in his Los Angeles Opera debut, covering Alberich in Das Rheingold with Arizona Opera, making his debut with On Site Opera as Aaron Greenspan in Morning Star, Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem with Smith College, When Adonis Calls with Asheville Lyric Opera, and Marcello in La bohème with the Pittsburgh Festival. In the 2016-2017 season, Mr. Jeremiah toured the Pacific Rim with New York City Opera in concerts of Carmen as Escamillo, debuted the opera Mata Hari with the PROTOTYPE Festival, and reprised his Gianni Schicchi with the Opera Company of Middlebury. Other recent activities include his role debut as Macbeth with Opera Company of Middlebury, the title role in Rigoletto and Lassiter in the world-première of Riders of the Purple Sage with Arizona Opera, The Man in the world-première of Persona with Beth Morrison Projects, and Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Hawaii Opera Theatre.

 

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