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

  • JOHN BRANCY WINS BIG AT THE LOTTE LENYA COMPETITION

    Kudos to baritone John Brancy, who won the prestigious 2018 Lotte Lenya Competition awarded by the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music! Seizing the biggest prize, he “impressed the judges with [his] vocal prowess, dramatic risk-taking, and canny [choice] of repertory.” See the Press Release and John’s impactful performances. kwf.org youtu.be/tibLskalA-U
  • EDMONTON OPERA’S “DON GIOVANNI” WITH MICHELE AND KIRK

    Soprano Michele Capalbo sings as Donna Anna and bass Kirk Eichelberger as Commendatore in Edmonton Opera’s production of the Mozart staple DON GIOVANNI. Two performances remain, on April 17 and 20, 2018. edmontonopera.com
  • GREGORY DAHL ‘AT HIS BEST’ IN “TOSCA” WITH CALGARY OPERA

    Baritone Gregory Dahl is showered with praise on his performance as Scarpia in Calgary Opera’s TOSCA. Calgary Herald critic Kenneth Delong notes Gregory “at his best,” “especially fine in his complex exchange with Tosca in the second act.” Catch his exceptional delivery April 14, 18, and 20, 2018. calgaryopera.com calgaryherald.com
  • MANITOBA OPERA’S “LA TRAVIATA” FEATURES FOUR DEAN TALENTS

    Dean Artists take over Verdi’s LA TRAVIATA at Manitoba Opera. Baritone Andrew Love and tenors Michael Barrett and Adam Luther make their Manitoba Opera débuts playing Baron Duophol, Gastone, and Alfredo, respectively. Baritone James Westman, in his third engagement with Manitoba Opera, plays Germont. Performances on April 14, 17, and 20, 2018. manitobaopera.mb.ca