Marco Jentzsch studied singing with Irmgard Hartmann-Dressler in Berlin.
Being member of the ensemble in Erfurt and Hanover he could be experienced among others as Tamino, Belmonte, Edgardo and Rossillon.
In 2009 he debuted in Cologne as Stolzing (“Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg“), being followed at the “Komischen Oper Berlin“ (regie: Andreas Homoki) as well as at the Glyndebourne Festival in 2011.
In 2010 he debuted at the Nederlandse Opera Amsterdam as Erik (“Der fliegende Holländer“), shortly after at Milan’s La Scala as Froh (“Das Rheingold“) directed by Daniel Barenboim. He also sang this musical score afterwards at the State Opera “Unter den Linden“.
Musical scores like Erik, Parsifal, Stolzing, Lohengrin, Max, Peter Grimes, Tambourmajor, Alviano ("Die Gezeichneten“) and Bacchus took Marco Jentzsch at the State Opera of Hamburg, the opera in Cologne, Tel Aviv (under the leadership of Zubin Mehta), to Zurich and Basel (Apollo in “Daphne“), to Wiesbaden, at the “Dresdner Semperoper“, at Milan’s La Scala and at the Opera Leipzig.
Finally he debuted at the Vienna “Volksoper“ in the title role of “Hoffmanns Erzählungen“, at the Theatre Klagenfurt as Tannhäuser and in the season 2020/21 as Florestan in Beethovens „Fidelio“ at the State Theatre Linz.
Now followed by his first Ring Production in 2021/22, starting with Rheingold (Loge), at the Theater Bern and his Tristan debut at the Hessisches State Theatre Wiesbaden.