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


    Mezzo-soprano Abigail Levis was recently awarded first prize in the McCammon Voice competition presented by the Fort Worth Opera.  This prestigious win follows her first prize placing in the Shreveport Opera Mary Jacobs Smith Competition and a Sullivan Foundation Award.  Abi’s recording of Joseph and his Brethren with McGegan and Philharmonia Baroque will soon be released and […]

    James Westman appears as the baritone soloist for Carmina Burana with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra on March 17, 2018.

    Soprano Colleen Daly sings Violetta in La Traviata with Annapolis Opera.  Performances run March 16 and 18, 2018.

    March is a busy month for Zach Finkelstein, who returns to the Seattle Symphony for Carmina Burana opening on March 15, the first of three performances.  Earlier, he appeared in the staged performance of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion for Chorus Niagara and he looks forward to Bach’s St. John Passion for Ottawa’s Thirteen String and […]