The Belgian soprano Hanne Roos joined the vocal department of the Royal Music Conservatoire of Gent (Belgium) in 2004, where she was subsequently coached by Erika Pauwels, Gidon Saks, Evelyn Bohen and Mireille Capelle and graduated of a Master’s degree cum laude.

The Belgian soprano Hanne Roos, started her vocal education at the Music Academy of her hometown Ronse with Pascal Devreese. In 2004 she joined the vocal department of the Royal Music Conservatoire of Gent (Belgium), where she was subsequently coached by Erika Pauwels, Gidon Saks, Evelyn Bohen and Mireille Capelle and graduated of a Master’s degree cum laude. Being still a student, she sang Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus), The Governess (Turn of the Screw) directed by Gidon Saks and Alcina (titel role). First professional engagements included amongst others Rosina (Il Barbiere di Siviglia) at Summer-Opera-Festival Alden Biesen.

Season 2009/2010 saw her as a member of the Flanders Opera Studio, managed by stage director Ronny Lauwers). Eventually she joined for another two seasons the internationally renowned Opera Studio of Strasbourg and Colmar. Having a direct link with the Opéra national du Rhin Strasbourg, it allowed her to take part in several of its major productions.

Since her debut at Flanders Opera as Kate Pinkerton (Butterfly), she returned as Konstanze in Is it Love, after Mozart’s Entführung, Micaela (Carmen), Jungfer Marianne (Rosenkavalier) in the largely praised production directed by Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz and as First Daughter in Philip Glass' opera Akhnaten (2015). Recent role debuts included Musetta (La Bohème) at the Flanders Opera, Dorella (Das Liebesverbot) and Giannetta (L'Elisir d'Amore) in new productions at Onr Strasbourg. The Flanders Opera House invited to participate as 1. Dame in the revival of Zauberflöte. Other engagements included Norina in Don Pasquale at the Summer Operafestival Alden-Biesen.