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Ausrine Stundyte as Cio-Cio-San, Elizabeth Janes as Butterfly’s child and Sarah Larsen as Suzuki in Seattle Opera's production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
North American Works Directory Listing
The Brothers Grimm
Dean Burry
Canadian composer/librettist Dean Burry has worked mainly in the operatic field, with a strong desire to create meaningful yet entertaining works for young audiences and families. His opera "The Brothers Grimm" may be the most performed Canadian opera.
Dean Burry
Robert McQueen (Director)
Kevin McAllister (Designer)
Mimi Mekler (Dramaturg)
Albert Krywolt (Music Director)
David Pomeroy (Wilhelm)
Joseph Kalser (Jacob)
Shannon Mercer (Fraulein Wild)
Debora Overes (Fraulein Viehman)
http://www.deanburry.com/operatheatre.html#brothersgrimm
April 30, 2001
Canadian Opera Company
At the urging of their publisher, Brentano, the Brothers Grimm meet with various citizens of their town to collect folk tales. The stories themselves are transformed by the imaginations of the Grimm Brothers from dull factual recitations to exciting fairy tales.
3 Men/2 Women
This work is to be performed for the Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Studio School Tour.
00:45
1
Piano or chamber ensemble (Pno, vln, clar,DB)
Modern/music theater
Canadian Opera Company
227 Front Street, East
Toronto, Ontario M5A 1E8 Canada
paulc@coc.ca
416-306-2332
http://www.deanburry.com
The Opera Fund Awardee Information
2004 Canadian Opera Creation Fund Documentation
The Brothers Grimm, CD Project
Canadian Opera Company
Derek Bates
Audio Visual Materials
Nashville Opera



From left to right: Melinda Delorme (Fraulein Viehmann), Lisa DiMaria (Rapunzel)
Courtesy of: Canadian Opera Company; Photo credit: Gary Beechey

From left to right: Virginia Hatfield (Little Red Riding Cap), Sonya Gosse (the Wolf), Victor Micallef (Wilhelm Grimm), Peter Barrett (Jacob Grimm)
Courtesy of: Canadian Opera Company; Photo credit: Gary Beechey

From left to right: Sonya Gosse (the Wolf), Tamara Hummel (Little Red Riding Cap), Peter Collins (Wilhelm Grimm), Peter Barrett (Jacob Grimm)
Courtesy of: Canadian Opera Company; Photo credit: Gary Beechey

From left to right: Melinda Delorme (the Wolf), Lisa DiMaria (Little Red Riding Cap)
Courtesy of: Canadian Opera Company; Photo credit: Gary Beechey

From left to right: Peter Barrett (the King), Tamara Hummel (the Queen)
Courtesy of: Canadian Opera Company; Photo credit: Gary Beechey

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