Markéta Dietzová was born in a small village in the Czech Republic. Her parents, musicians, let her play the violin at the age of six. During her studies at the music school, she performed at many concerts and devoted several years to choir singing.
At the age of 13 to the age of 15, she regularly attended several violin master courses, where she met Professor Pavel Kudelásek, with whom she then studied at the Prague Conservatory. After graduating from the conservatory, she began her studies at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague where she obtained bachelor's degree and then master's degree in the field of Music Management. Already during her studies at the college she became a guest member of the first violins in the North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Teplice and had the opportunity to take part in world concert tours in Southeast Asia, Europe and South America where she accompanied famous artists such as José Carreras or Broadway soloists.
During 5 years of performing in the orchestra, she had the opportunity to get acquainted with the most important musical works and composers and also to look into the organizational unit as well as perform as a soloist with the orchestra several times.
Since 2014, she has started to organize her own music projects, such as Charity concerts and Three tenors concerts. In 2016, she took up the position of Assistant to the President of the European Music Academy where, in addition to many master classes, she organized concerts in the Czech Republic and abroad.
After graduating from university, she joined a telecommunications company as the head of the documentation department, where she also tried working under pressure and had the opportunity to get acquainted with the latest technologies and improve her management skills.
In 2018 she completed her research on Cultural Centers in the Middle East and she decided to travel to the Gulf countries. During one of the trips, she met Dr. Mubarak Najem, who later offered her the position of managing director and violin teacher at the Bahrain Music Institute which she accepted and took office in the same year.