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.
- Vancouver Opera opens its production of DARK SISTERS on November 26 at the Vancouver Playhouse. As the prophet, Tom Goerz sings the role of the “bad guy” in an opera about polygamy versus the state. As he delves into this complex role Tom says: “Even though the opera is titled DARK SISTERS, I feel it […]
- Sharleen Joynt made her debut with Canadian Stage in Toronto last night in the North American premiere of the opera Julie. In 1888, Swedish playwright August Strindberg created Miss Julie, a hallmark of naturalistic theatre that has since been performed around the world in a variety of adaptations and formats. A tale of the narrowing […]
- Tenor David Curry sings the role of Flute in Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream opening on November 7 in Bergen Norway. Robert Carsen directs this production seen last summer in Aix-en-Provence.
- Alain Coulombe returns to La Scala on October 29 to sing the role of the Doktor in Alban Berg’s ground-breaking opera Wozzeck. Conducted by Ingo Metzmacher and directed by Jurgen Flimm Wozzeck runs until November 13.