Eduardo Tercero

Tenor
An Early English Christmas

 

Tenor Eduardo Alberto Tercero performance credits include the world premiere of Nicholas of Myra by Robert Nelson in the role of Marcus, Piacere in the Houston premiere of Handel’s Il Trionfo del Tempo e della Verita, Adamo in the Houston premiere of Il Primo Omicidio by Scarlatti, Obidah in Elijah by Mendelssohn, Messiah by Handel with the Des Moines and La Cross Symphony Orchetras, Houston Chamber Choir and Bethany (KS) and Augustana (IL) Colleges, Montiverdi’s Vespro della Beata Vergine 1610 with Ars Lyrica Houston, and his Houston Symphony debut as the Narrator in Copeland’s The Lincoln Portrait.

Most recently he has appeared in Amahl and the Night Visitors in his debut with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra of Houston, and the St. Cecilia Early Music Festival in Austin, performing works by Michel-Richard de Lalande and J. J. Cassanea de Mondonville.

He is longtime member of the Houston Chamber Choir, frequent soloist for Ars Lyrica, and staff singer at Christ Church Cathedral, Houston. He can also be heard in the Newport Classic’s recording of Cassanova’s Homecoming by one of America’s leading composers, Dominick Argento, and is the tenor soloist for the World Premiere Recording of G.P. Colonna Psalmi ad Vesperas (1694) on MSR Classics.