Joshua Ellicott is an artist, acknowledged for his beautiful voice, subtlety of communication and his heart-rending and passionate performances.  He vigorously eschews confining himself to one area of classical music and his interests cover many areas of sung repertoire, excelling in early music, Romantic repertoire as well as contemporary compositions, in opera, concert and recital....

Musical Intelligencer. Samson. Boston Handel and Haydn Society 2014

"Joshua Ellicott’s dramatic tenor had the persuasive power to arouse our sense of pity. After an orchestral ritornello, his first aria began with the chilling words “Total eclipse,” sung without accompaniment here and each time they reappeared. The opening words of the rage aria “Why does the God of Israel sleep?” were again sung unaccompanied. In the fulminations that followed, Ellicott’s voice had the force and the flexibility to handle extensive coloratura passages with conviction."