Dean Murphy

Baritone
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May'21 - Jun'21
Das Wunder der Heliane, Korngold  | Deutsche Oper Berlin |  Berlin, Germany  | Performances (4)
Dritter Richter
 (Bass)
  | Conductor: Marc Albrecht
 | Stage director: Christof Loy

Performed in German;  Surtitles in German, English
Available online until Friday, 31 July 2020 17:00 PSTFull Production Video

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Chorus master
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Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Chorus
Chor der Deutschen Oper Berliner
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Der Herrscher (Ruler)
Der Fremde (Stranger)
Die Botin (Messenger)
Der Pförtner (Porter)
Der blinde Schwertrichter (Blind Judge)
Der junge Mensch (Young Man)
Erster Richter (Judge No.1)
Zweiter Richter (Judge No.2)
Dritter Richter (Judge No.3)
Vierter Richter (Judge No.4)
Fünfter Richter (Judge No.5)
Sechster Richter (Judge No.6)
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Dean Murphy
Baritone
Full name: Dean Murphy
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"Of the leads, two voices stole the show. Dean Murphy’s superb baritone gave real heft to the slick and natty Figaro, whose self-infatuation, given his clever schemes, could somehow be forgiven. The American’s articulation and carriage as a modish sunny boy saw the audience in his hand from the start, and his character’s preening and trendy blue hair made us love him even more. His vocal delivery of the popular “Largo al factotum” aria in which he lauds his own praises, couldn’t have been more convincing: “Everyone wants me,” he sings, “women, youngsters, oldies, the golden-haired…” Figaro’s is a tremendously vibrant presence, the real driver of the action and Murphy brought the house lights on."
Sarah Batschelet
"Notable among these new voices on this occasion was the fine vocal projection of American baritone Dean Murphy." 
Martin Wheeler
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