Joseph Hubbard

With recent engagements at Virginia Opera, Opera Southwest, Aldeburgh Festival, and Aspen Music Festival, Joseph Hubbard, bass has performed over two dozen operatic roles, ranging from early 17th century to new premieres. 

Mr. Hubbard’s recent soloist credits include Alexander’s Feast with Mountainside Baroque and players from The Newberry Consort and Tenet; Nico Muhly’s My Days at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum; Beethoven 9 with Ken-David Masur and the BU Symphony at Boston Symphony Hall; Bach Mass in B Minor with the inaugural American Bach Soloists and Academy, and also with Dartmouth College; Israel in Egypt with Music at Marsh Chapel Boston; the 14th-century Le Roman de Fauvel with The Newberry Consort; a solo cantata by Johann Schelle with North Carolina Historically-Informed Performances Festival; tours to the Madison Early Music Festival, Art Institute of Chicago, and The Morgan Library with Schola Antiqua of Chicago; and Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 in touring performances with Grammy-winning Ars Lyrica Houston and The Whole Noyse. He has been heard three times as a soloist at the Boston Early Music Festival. 

Mr. Hubbard holds B.Mus and M.Mus degrees from the University of North Texas and Northwestern University, and a Certificate from the Opera Institute at Boston University.