A B O U T

Mexican American tenor Joshua Thomas Diaz is an up and coming talent from Texas praised for his "rich and agile voice and sensitive interpretation." Click here for full bio

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U P C O M I N G   P E R F O R M A N C E S

S E P T

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The Spire Series Concert

Joshua Diaz, Tenor

Mark Markham, Piano

Friday, September 30

First and Franklin Presbyterian Church

210 West Madison Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-4693

https://www.firstfranklin.org/event/spire-series-joshua-diaz-tenor-mark-markham-pianist/

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Josh in concert with pianist Adam A Torres on the stage of the

Elta Joyce Murphey Performance Hall in San Angelo, TX

April 1, 2022

R E V I E W S

June 2016 - As the Duke of Mantua in Really Spicy Opera's production of Verdi's Rigoletto, Josh received the following reviews:

"The Duke (Joshua Diaz) is stellar, with a heart-melting and stirring 'Parmi vedere le lagrime' to start Act 2. While everyone else is shrinking and Rigoletto trembling, Diaz’s Duke fires Monterone with a rippling, mocking laugh that is the perfect cherry on top of the musical sundae."

- Hanne Appelbaum for Twin Cities Arts Reader

"Joshua Diaz appeared as the terminally charismatic Duke of Mantua, with a rich and agile voice and sensitive interpretation that allowed his character to believably bridge lascivious womanizer and lovesick youth. Diaz’s Duke seems to believe every word he says to Gilda, even if it was clear he would turn around and believe it all again when he declared the same devotion to someone else… This almost guileless lack of self- awareness in this interpretation of the Duke made the irony of “La donna è mobile” shine through all the more clearly.​"

- Lydia Lunning for Twin Cities Arts Reader