Stafford Dean is among the most prominent of England’s bass and baritone vocalists, having performed internationally in nearly every feasible operatic role for this vocal range. He was informed at Epson University as well as the Royal University of Music, quickly increasing to the position of a respected person in Sadler’s Wells Opera. In this early amount of his profession he also produced his Covent Backyard debut as Masetto in Don Giovanni. He performed his worldwide debut as Giovanni’s Leporello in Germany and since that time has specialized generally in the bass and baritone repertoire of Mozart. He provides performed using the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, as well as the homes of Chicago, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Berlin, and several other continental metropolitan areas. He frequently performs at Covent Backyard, singing an array of assignments including Don Alfonso from Così Enthusiast Tutte, Bottom level from A Midsummer Night’s Wish, Count number Waldner from Arabella, Gessler from William Inform, Bartolo in the Relationship of Figaro, and Swallow from Peter Grimes. Dean in addition has sung using the Scottish Opera, the Welsh Country wide Opera, the Châtelet in Paris with the Edinburgh Celebration. He sings in the Covent Backyard functionality of Donizetti’s Lucrezia Borgia that premiered on film in 1980. Dean also made an appearance within a filmed edition of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Mikado in 1982, and Delius’ A Community Romeo and Juliet in 1991. His concert repertoire which he provides performed with many of the world’s leading orchestras contains the requiems of Mozart, Verdi, Dvorák, and Penderecki; Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and Missa Solemnis; Haydn’s Creation; Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ and Roméo and Juliet; and Mahler’s 8th Symphony. He spent some time working with such conductors as Andrew Davis, Colin Davis, Neville Marriner, Jeffrey Tate, and Carlo Maria Giulini.