Roman Hoza was born in 1990 in Zlin, Czech Republic. Besides his studies on Janacek Academy in Brno (with doc. Z. Šmukař) and Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna with o.Univ.-Prof. M. Klaushofer) he also attended many masterclasses of world-known soloists or coaches such as C. Ludwig, L. Watson, H. Deutsch, J. P. Fouchécourt, T. Krause, A. Plachetka or D. Syrus.
In 2014 Roman Hoza participated in Salzburger Festspiele Young Singers Project as Dandini in Cenerentola for children audience. In the same year he took part in the opera studio of Opera National de Lyon. Since January 2015 until August 2016 he was a member of the opera studio of Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf/Duisburg where he appeared on stage in many repertoire roles like Morales, Silvano, Marullo and others. In 2020 Roman joined the regular ensemble of Deutsche Oper am Rhein and he will be performing roles such as Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Dandini (La Cenerentola) or Belcore (Elisir d'amore).
Roman Hoza is also a soloist of Janacek Opera Brno where you could hear him as Don Giovanni, Guglielmo (Cosí fan tutte), Marbuel (Dvorak: Kate and the Devil), Rimbaud (Le Comte Ory), Belcore (Elisir d’amore) or Jaufré Rudel (Saariaho: L’Amour de loin). He is a regular guest in Prague National Theatre (Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Figaro, Donizetti’s Mamma Agata or Rossini’s Dandini) and National Theatre Ostrava in the title role of Hamlet by A. Thomas. Among his performed repertoire belongs for example the title role in Eugen Onegin, bass/baritone parts in Carmina Burana, The Messiah, Johannespassion, Paulus, Die Schöpfung, Dvorak’s Te Deum and many more.
Roman Hoza focuses on chamber music too (song cycles by Dvorak, Janacek, Mahler, Martinu, Ravel, Schubert, Schumann…) as well as baroque music cooperating with leading baroque ensembles in Czech Republic (Collegium 1704, Musica Florea, Ensemble Inégal…).