Tadeáš Hoza graduated from the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno and since the 2021/2022 season he has been the opera of the National Theater Brno as the youngest soloist. He is a laureate of many singing competitions, such as Žerotín Olomouc or the Bohuslav Martinů Song Competition in Prague. In 2018 he won the 1st prize in the Junior category, the 2nd prize in the Song category and many other side awards at the prestigious Antonín Dvořák International Singing Competition in Karlovy Vary. In 2017/2018 he completed a six-month internship at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna, where he gained a lot of valuable experience under the guidance of prof. Anton Scharinger. He actively participated in master singing courses under the guidance of famous lecturers such as Irini and Bryan Hymel, Thomas Steinhöfel, Siegrfried Gohritz, Irena Sylya or Deividas Staponkus. He has performed in Poland, Bulgaria, Italy, Austria, Russia, France, Belgium and Luxembourg. He has staged several roles at the JAMU Chamber Opera, such as Satan (Martinů: Tears of a Knife), Knight (Martinů: Mirandolina), Orfea (Gluck: Orfeo ed Eurydice) and Papagena (Mozart: The Magic Flute). During the Moravian Autumn with the Brno Philharmonic in 2017, he played the character of the First Strongman in Maťušin’s opera Victory over the Sun. He is also engaged in periodically interpreted baroque music in collaboration with the Czech Ensemble Baroque Romana Válka, Ensemble Inégal Adam Viktory, Musica Florea Marek Štryncla or Collegium Vocale 1704 Václav Luks. In the summer season of the Znojmo Music Festival, he played the title role of the Body in the Brawl of the Soul with the Body of E. Cavalieri in 2018, and in 2019 he presented himself here as the High Priest in the Saul G. F. Händel Oratorio. His current work includes performing at the Brno National Theater (Dvořák: Čert a Káča, Tchaikovsky: Queen of Spades, Teml: Cat in Boots, Martinů: Greek Passions, Locksmith: Ferda Mravenec¸ Puccini: Bohéma), Moravian Theater Olomouc (Mozart: Così fan tutte, Hašler: Podskalák) and at the Moravian-Silesian National Theater in Ostrava (Salieri: La scuola de ‘gelosi, Taylor: Flowers for Mrs. Harris, Křička: Bílý pán). He also devotes himself to concert activities and introduces the opera genre to children at ZUŠ and the general public in the “Small Opera Seminar” program.