Xavier Joseph
(He/Him) Baritone. Arts Administrator. Professor of Voice.
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Xavier Joseph

Xavier Joseph, baritone, is a graduate of Georgia State University, and Oakwood University, where he received the Master of Music, and Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy.  He most recently returned from Opera Huntsville where he sang the role of Pirate King in a Gilbert and Sullivan mashup. He also sang the 2nd Baritone role in the world premiere of Ein Helldenn Kopfer with the Universal Opera Company in September 2022. Other roles include cover of the role Daggoo in Heggie’s Moby Dick with Opera San Jose, Raphael in Haydn's Creation, Guglielmo & Papageno in Mozart's Cosi fan tutte and Die Zauberflöte, Vater in Humperdinck's Hansel und Gretel, Bartolo in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, and John Brooke in Adamo's Little Women. He was also a member of The Dallas Opera Chorus for two seasons, singing in Kern’s Show Boat, and Heggie’s Moby Dick. He has studied with Kevin Short, Kathryn Hartgrove, and Dr. Julie Moore Foster, and he has participated in programs at Manhattan School of Music, Harrower Summer Opera Workshop, and Renmin University in Beijing, China. Mr. Joseph has also performed scenes from Mozart’s Don Giovanni, and Bizet’s Carmen. Mr. Joseph has had the opportunity to tour as a performer in Canada, Bermuda, and China, as well as many locations here in the states. In September 2019, Mr. Joseph was a participant in The Kennedy Center’s Opening Festival for the new Reach Center, performing as a soloist on the Millennium Stage. In December of 2019, Mr. Joseph was the Baritone soloist for Shiloh Baptist’s 81st offering of Handel’s Messiah, here in Washington, D.C. Since then, he has also been the baritone soloist for Messiah at Capitol Hill SDA Church. Mr. Joseph has taught voice professionally since 2011 in Fort Worth, TX, at Northwestern High in Maryland, at the Duke Ellington School of The Arts, and currently as an Adjunct Professor at Washington Adventist University. He is also a member of the Washington National Opera Chorus of Washington, DC, and the Chorus of Maryland Lyric Opera. In December of 2022, Mr. Joseph returned to Menotti’s Amahl and The Night Visitors as The Page with Bel Cantanti Opera. Mr. Joseph currently works as an Arts Administrator for the National Symphony Orchestra at the John F Kennedy Center.


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