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Composer: Dean, Brett (b. 1961)

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Year of birth1961
NationalityAustralia
PeriodContemporary
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MelbourneBrett Dean and Brahms

Dean, Brahms
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Jaime Martín

LondonLove, hate and undiscovered worlds

© Kaupo Kikkas
Tanguy, Dean, Gubaidulina
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Alban Gerhardt; Giselle Allen; Robert Murray; Leigh Melrose

LondonCanellakis conducts Shostakovich

© Masataka Suemitsu
Dean, Schumann, Shostakovich
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Karina Canellakis; Frank Peter Zimmermann
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If “All the World's a Stage”, Jurowski and his LPO are the players

Vladimir Jurowski © London Philharmonic Orchestra
After Bach and Brett Dean, the LPO gave Stravinsky’s Pulcinella a ride in their musical Rolls-Royce... and it gleamed.
****1
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A very palpable hit: Hamlet in Cologne

Dino Lüthy (Laertes) and David Butt Philip (Hamlet) © Paul Leclaire
Brett Dean's operatic reworking of Shakespeare's Hamlet receives its German premiere in a powerful new staging by the work's librettist Matthew Jocelyn.
****1
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Fantastic variations: Brett Dean's new Cello Concerto

Alban Gerhardt © Kaupo Kikkas
Sakari Oramo conducts the European première of a fine new work alongside familiar Grieg and Sibelius.
****1
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To sing or not to sing: Hamlet in Adelaide

Kim Begley (Polonius) and Allan Clayton (Hamlet) © Tony Lewis
Brett Dean's Hamlet is an extremely powerful theatrical experience, excelling in all aspects of production, singing and musical values, but is it an opera?
****1
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“Or not to be”: Hamlet revived for Glyndebourne’s tour

David Butt Philip (Hamlet) © Richard Hubert Smith
A restless score, a stylish modern setting and gripping central performances from David Butt Philip (trading Laertes at the festival for the title role here) and Jennifer France (Ophelia) do much to commend this new work
***11
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