"With a voice of attractive color and agility, bass-baritone Michael Dean created engaging renditions of “Why do the nations so furiously rage?” and “The trumpet shall sound” with authority."

Rick Walters, Shepherd Express
Rejoice greatly, O fans of 'Messiah'
“Bass-baritone Michael Dean’s dark chocolate voice proved to be remarkably expressive.”
John Pitcher, ArtsNash
Alabama Symphony's 'Messiah' reinvigorated by British conductor David Lockington
"Bass-baritone Michael Dean stood out for his lean and precise melismas, particularly in the aria, 'Why do the nations so furiously rage.'"
Michael Huebner, Birmingham News
Mendelssohn offers triumphant 'Messiah'
“Baritone Michael Dean was more imposing. His projection was superb, filling the words' rhetoric with robust sonorities.”
Mark Kanny, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
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