Great Voices at Musiktheater Linz

Role: Project Manager

In June 2020, and thus at the beginning of the pandemic, a discussion with the management of the Musiktheater Linz resulted in the desire to venture something new and to present a hand-picked selection of the best and most famous voices in the world on Austria's youngest opera stage. The intention was to set an anti-cyclical signal of renewal. In February 2022, the common dream became reality and was exuberantly accepted by the audience. In the development of the plan, it was ultimately a matter of carefully taking the internal structures, which were very much challenged by the pandemic, along on the new journey and motivating them through the joint success.

Great Voices at Wiener Konzerthaus

Role: Project Manager

The GREAT VOICES concert series was born in the 2010/11 season, founded by Florian Dittrich initially as a project of Universal Music and the Vienna Konzerthaus. The ambition behind it was to bring the greatest opera stars with very personal concert programs to the stage of the Konzerthaus and to give the artists a platform to present their musical ideas and projects to the Viennese audience. Over the years, this has developed into a concert cycle popular with audience and press, which brings selected singers to Vienna every season.

Ausstellung: The Fans Strike Back

Rolle: Veranstalter

Nach den Erfolgen der Immersiven Ausstellungen „Monets Garten“, „Viva Frida Kahlo“ und „Tutanchamun“ haben wir 2023/2024 mit „The Fans Strike Back“ unsere erste „analoge“ Ausstellung in die Wiener Stadthalle gebracht. Die von Fans für Fans kuratiert Ausstellung, bietet einen enthusiastischen Blickwinkel auf über 1000 einzigartige Sammelobjekte der berühmten Saga. 

DG 120 - Live from the forbidden City​

Role: Project Manager

On the occasion of the 120th anniversary of Deutsche Grammophon, this concert was broadcast live from the Imperial Ancestral Temple in Beijing's Forbidden City on October 10, 2018. With a lead time of only six months, the agency took over the project management, planning and organizing the concert production with artists Daniil Trifonov, Aida Garifullina, Toby Spence, Ludovic Tezier and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra conducted by Long Yu.

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Florestan Initiative​

Role: Initiator and Projekt Manager

The non-partisan "Florestan" initiative was launched to demonstrate: Culture is life, culture is vital and therefore protected by fundamental rights. Fundamental rights that are currently being trampled on. The "Florestan" initiative questions the indiscriminate shutdown of cultural institutions despite effective security concepts - as well as all the democratic, economic and social consequences for our free society in the present and the future.

Vaduz Classic​

Role: Casting Advisor

For the launch of the new open air format in Liechtenstein, the agency worked with the artistic and commercial management to develop the festival's profile in the area of vocal soloists.

The Silk Road Symphony Orchestra​​

The SRSO is a classical music start-up founded in the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania with the goal of creating intercultural innovation through digital media. The Callias Foundation, a non-profit foundation based in Berlin, is the supporting organization.

Florian Dittrich has been associated with the Callias Foundation and SRS since its founding as an advisor and is still part of the Advisory Board.

Donau Uni Krems

Role: Lecturer Music Management in Practice

As part of the master's program in music management, Florian Dittrich was entrusted with the course "Music marketing in practice". The assignment not only sharpened his own view of action parameters and success factors, but was also given top marks by the students due to the content focus and presentation.

Kulturprojekte Berlin

Role: Project Manager

The Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH commissioned Florian Dittrich to investigate the New Music scene in Berlin. The aim was to derive proposals for measures to reorganize the funding structure and to adapt tools to increase public awareness.