After graduation from the Pilsen Conservatory in violin playing he was accepted by the singing department of the
After graduation he was first engaged in Banská Bystrica, where he left after six months for the Prague Chamber Opera (later Mozart Opera). In 1994 he became guest singer of the Pilsen Opera House (Lady of Spades - Tomskij, Faust and Marguerite, - Valentin, Don Giovanni - Don Giovanni, Fidelio - Don Pizarro). After a successful debut in the State Opera of Prague as Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte and Figaro in Barber of Seville he was engaged as soloist of the State Opera of Prague in
Roman Janál has successfully appeared in local and international music festivals, including the Prague Autumn, the Prague Spring, the Smetala Litomyl, the International Music Festival of Český Krumlov, The Pontes Festival, The Days of Bohuslav Martinů in
He has cooperated with the Czech Radio since 1984, where he has made several CD recordings of operatic arias and song cycles by contemporary Czech composers (W. A. Mozart - Highlights from Don Giovanni and Die Zauberflöte, orch. Virtuosi di Praga / Lupulus, A. Dvořák - Te Deum, SOCR, conductor V. Válek / Clarton and A. Dvořák - Gypsy Melodies / Clarton etc.). The radio recordings have resulted in the issue of a profile operatic album including arias fro operas by W. A. Mozart, L. van Beethoven, G. Verdi, B. Smetana and others.
The singer has been guest singer at a number of stages outside
Roman Janál is holder of the prestigious Thalia Prize for 1999, for the part of Pollux in Rameau's "Castor and Pollux" in the National Theatre of Prague.