The German tenor, Peter Diebschlag, received already as a child an extensive musical education, both as a singer and as a musician. He was a member of the Trierer Sängerknaben, the Extrachores am Stadttheater, and managed a jazz quartet, for which he arranged Jazz-standards for tenor-voice. This collaboration resulted also two CD recordings. Between 1999 and 2004, he studied at the Hochschule für Musik "Felix-Mendelssohn-Bartholdy in Leipzig with Professor Forner.
Peter Diebschlag made his debut in 2000 at the Oper Leipzig with the role of the son in the premiere of Lombardi's opera Dmitri. In 2002 he was first time engaged as Buffo-tenor at the Theater Dessau. Meanwhile he belongs to the ensemble of Theater Magdeburg.
Peter Diebschlag has been heard in numerous performances and concerts. He served the buffo specialist and high lyric tenor roles, such as Belmonte. His voice is particularly suited also for Rossini. As Nemorino and Nadir (2006), he was able to demonstrate his technical maturity and increased vocal presence in the Italian genre. And quite incidentally, he has moving and inspiring enthusiasm, and has quickly become a crowd favourite at the Theater Magdeburg.