Born in Soligorsk, the Republic of Belarus. In 2006 graduated from the Minsk State College of Arts (class of classical guitar). In 2007-2008 studied at the Vocal Department of the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts (class of the Honoured Artist of the Republic of Belarus V.Y. Braime). In 2009-2012 studied at the Belarusian State Academy of Music (class of the People’s Artist of the USSR, E.I. Pelagaichenko, Y.A. Nelepа).
In 2012-2015 studied at the Popov Academy of Choral Art (class of N.A. Popov). In 2016-2017, he underwent training at the Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Centre (under prof. E.A. Zaremba). Since 2015 - a student of the Musical Art Department of the Moscow State Institute of Culture (class of P.A. Kudryavchenko).
In 2011-2012 was a soloist of the Belarusian State Academic Music Theatre (tutors: P. Ridiger, A. Murzich).
In 2016, as part of the New Opera World Project, made his debut as Lensky in Maria Tikhonova’s production of Eugene Onegin by P.I. Tchaikovsky on stage of the B.A. Pokrovsky Chamber Music Theatre (tutor - M.A. Paster).
In 2015, Roman Krukovich was awarded a Certificate of Merit and a Diploma of the Russian Peace Foundation “In recognition of the substantial contribution made to peacekeeping and charitable activities.”
In 2015, he was awarded a Certificate of Merit of the I.S. Kozlovsky Foundation “For active participation in promotion of I.S. Kozlovsky’s creative legacy, fostering the development and strengthening international cultural ties”.
Since April 2017 he has been a member of the Opera Company of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre.
Repertoire at the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre includes:
Lensky (Eugene Onegin, P. Tchaikovsky)
Duke of Mantua (Rigoletto, G. Verdi)
Spoletta (Tosca, G. Puccini)
Gaston (La traviata G. Verdi)
Ivan Lykov (The Tsar’s Bride, N. Rimsky-Korsakov)
1st Shipman (The Tale of the Tsar Saltan, N. Rimsky-Korsakov)
Repertoire also includes: Alfredo (La traviata, G. Verdi), Nemorino (L'elisir d'amore, G. Donizetti), Lykov (Tsar’s Bride, N. Rimsky-Korsakov)