Magnus Dietrich is a member of the International Opera Studio at Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin, where he made his debut as Tamino in Mozart’s „Die Zauberflöte“. The 21/22 season also includes a large number of new roles for the young tenor, such as the first Parque in Rameau’s „Hippolyte et Aricie“ conducted by Simon Rattle, Scaramuccio in Strauss‘ „Ariadne auf Naxos“, „Ein Wirt“ in Strauss‘ „Der Rosenkavalier“ conducted by Simone Young, Peter Karpati in Christian Jost’s „Die Arabische Nacht“ and Junker Spärlich in Otto Nicolai’s „Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor“. Dietrich is also a scholarship holder of the Liz Mohn Kultur- und Musikstiftung. 

The young tenor`s most recent engagements include appearances with the Staatskapelle Berlin in Robert Schumann`s „Das Paradies und die Peri“ in the Philharmonie Berlin and Hamburg under the baton of Marc Minkowski.

In the upcoming season 22/23, Magnus Dietrich will be heard as Tamino at Staatsoper Berlin and, among other roles, as Steuermann in Wagner’s „Der fliegende Holländer“ and as erster  Jude in Strauss‘ „Salome“. 

The Munich tenor studied singing with KS Prof. Andreas Schmidt at the University of Music and Theater in Munich and privately with Hartmut Elbert. Master classes with Andrew Watts, Neil Shicoff, Bo Skovhus and Hedwig Fassbender complete his education. 

Magnus Dietrich maintains a lively concert schedule and has already made guest appearances at festivals such as the International Hugo Wolf Academy, the Leipzig Bach Festival, the Kissinger Sommer, the Festival de Santes and the Bach Academy France. In addition, he has taken concert tours with the soloist ensemble “Vox Luminis” to France, Belgium and the Netherlands. He works closely with the conductor Johanna Soller on various projects such as the concert series „Cantate um 1715“ as a member of the „capella sollertia“ or the Munich Chamber Opera. 

A CD with the label MDG with Brahms duets together with the pianist Doriana Tchakarova and Felicitas and Judith Erb will be released in May 2022. Magnus Dietrich was also awarded with the BrixenClassics Young Artist Award.