Tenor Eduardo Alberto Tercero, a native of Panama, has been described as a ‘dashing’ performer by the Houston Chronicle.
Tenor Eduardo Alberto Tercero, a native of Panama, has been described as a ‘dashing’ performer by the Houston Chronicle. His credits include the world premiere of Nicholas of Myra by Robert Nelson (Marcus) and the Houston premiere of Handel’s Il Trionfo del Tempo e della Verita (Piacere).
Eduardo’s musical theatre credits include Music Box’s production of Godspell (John the Baptist/Judas), the Houston premiere of Adam Guettel’s Myths and Hymns, and as lead ensemble member of the premiere of Defying Gravity: A Stephen Schwartz Songbook. He can also be heard on the Newport Classics’ recording of Cassanova’s Homecoming by Dominick Argento and is the tenor soloist for the Houston Chamber Choir’s world premiere recording of Giovanni Paolo Colonna’s Psalmi ad Vesperas (1694).