Who We Are

Dean Artists Management brings over twenty years of excellence and expertise to the management of classically trained singers, conductors, opera directors and choreographers.

Committed to integrity and personal attention, the size and structure of our agency enables us to remain responsive to our clients’ needs, while sustaining successful relationships with producers in North America and abroad.

Working as a team to strategically broaden the careers of established artists, we are equally known for our ability to nurture and guide emerging careers.  Our artists include specialists in both early and contemporary music, carefully chosen “cross-over” artists, and those directors and conductors who have a particular
knowledge of, and affinity for, opera, choral and vocal orchestral repertoire.

After twenty years in international arts management, we remain competitive and attuned to the trends of opera and classical music markets, and to the visions of our colleagues and clients.

Latest News

  • CIEKIEWICZ, HEGEDUS, LEYSHON & TURNBULL IN ESTACIO WORLD PREMIERE

    Canadian composer John Estacio’s work, “Ours”, will have its World Premiere at Opera on the Avalon and runs for only two nights, July 1 and 2, 2016. The stunning new work is set in Atlantic Canada and commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Beaumont Hamel. With libretto by Robert Chafe, the opera is directed by […]
  • GARY THOR WEDOW DEBUTS AT DES MOINES METRO OPERA

    Des Moines Metro Opera has chosen Maestro Gary Thor Wedow to conduct its first pre-Mozart work, Christoph Willibald Gluck’s “Orphée et Eurydice”. The new production, which opens July 2, 2016, is the first of what the company hopes to be many explorations into traditional Baroque work. They are in good hands, as Maestro Wedow has proved himself time and again as […]
  • WORLD PREMIERE OF LES FELUETTES

    Reviews are in for the world premiere of Les Feluettes presented last month by  Opéra de Montréal during the Opera America conference. Based on the novel by playwright Michel Marc Bouchard, the music, by Kevin March has been described as “Claude Debussy meets Benjamin Britten”. Above, tenor Gordon Gietz leads an all-male cast as bishop Jean Bilodeau […]
  • MICHAEL MANIACI IN LUCIO SILLA

    Counter-tenor Michael Maniaci stars as Cecilio in Mozart’s rarely performed work Lucio Silla for Odyssey Opera in Boston. There are only three performances on June 8, 10 and 12. www.odysseyopera.org