Romano Dal Zovo was born in Verona.
He began studying singing in 2007 with basses Ivo Vinco and Bonaldo Giaiotti and later studied technique and repertoire with Maestro Vincenzo Rose.
Winner of the First Prize in the 2013 Operapoesia competition La Bohème, he debuted the role of Colline at the Teatro Filarmonico in Verona to the acclaim of the public and critics. He won third prize in the Giacinto Prandelli competition in Brescia and second prize in the "Salvatore Licitra" competition.
He made his debut at the Festival of the Fondazione Arena di Verona as Comte Capulet in Romeo et Juliette at the 2014 RAI Gala. He then performed at the Arena di Verona Opera Festival from 2014 to 2021, interpreting Il Re, Ramfis, Angelotti, Don Basilio, Il Dottore, Il Sacerdote di Belo. He plays Il Commendatore in Don Giovanni in Salerno, where he will be chosen by conductor Daniel Oren to support the role of Ramfis in Salerno and Lodovico in Otello in Parma.
He made his debut at La Scala in the new production of La Fanciulla del West as Larkens, and then returned to the prestigious theatre for the 2017 and 2018 season openings, singing L'Ufficiale del registro in Madama Butterfly and Schmidt in Andrea Chénier. He then plays Frate Lorenzo in I Capuleti e i Montecchi at the Filarmonico in Verona and debuts at the Massimo in Palermo as Angelotti in Tosca and Il Dottore in La traviata.
Recent and future engagements include a debut at the Teatro Regio in Turin as Sparafucile in Rigoletto and Angelotti in Tosca, a debut at the Teatro de La Maestranza in Seville as Ferrando in Il trovatore, a debut at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa as Colline in La bohème, a debut at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna as Il Principe di Bouillon in Adriana Lecouvreur and Aida in Hamburg, Verona, Bari and Wiesbaden and Fedora in La Scala.