As a soloist, she has performed at various world-class music festivals – Présence, Rheingau Sommer, Kulturtage Dresden, Prague Spring, Prague Autumn, Český Krumlov, Moravian Autumn, Smetana’s Litomyšl, Dvořák Prague, March Music Days in Ruse, Santander, and others. She has given solo concerts in London, Vienna, Paris, Stockholm, Rome, Milan, Santiago de Chile, Brazil, Hong Kong, Washington D.C. and New York. She has played in most European countries.
Jitka has performed on dozens of recordings and live concerts for Czech and French radio broadcasts. Many viola compositions were played in Czech or world premiere by her. Composers Zdeněk Lukáš, Josef Vejvoda, Emil Viklický, Adam Skoumal, Ladislav Kubík, Michal Müller, Tomaž Svete, Zbyněk Matějů and Gillaume Connesson dedicated their pieces to her. Jitka releases her CDs on Supraphon, Arco Diva, Neos and Multisonic labels.
Jitka Hosprová has performed with leading Czech and world orchestras – Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra ORF, Orchestre National de Lorrain, Orchestre de Pau, France Chamber Orchestra, Orchestre Anthanor Rome, Curitiba Symphony Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra FOK, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic, Bruselss Philharmonic, Brno Philharmonic, Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Prague Philharmonia, The Czech Philharmonic Collegium, and many others. Jitka has shared the stage with prominent musicians and singers – Luigi Alberto Bianchi, Mario Hossen, Václav Hudeček, Ivan Ženatý, Štefan Margita, Adam Skoumal, Dante Millozzi, Eric le Sage, Jitka Čechová, Lubomír Brabec and with distinguished conductors – Vladimir Ashkenazy, Elli Jaffe - Israel, Bertrand de Billy – UK, Jacques Mercier – FR, Rastislav Štúr, Massimiliano Matesic, Meoš Svárovský, Ondřej Kukal, Gian Luigi Zampieri and others.
Jitka is the founder and director of Procházky Uměním music festival.
She plays a Czech-made viola by Petr Zdražil from 2012.