Samuel J. Eudovique


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Samuel J. Eudovique was born on the island of Barbados in the West Indies.  Due to his father’s career as a minister of religion, he resided on several Caribbean islands before migrating to the United States of America where he attended high school and college in Miami, Florida.


His early exposure to classical music began with his grandmother who was an accomplished pianist. When just out of high school, he won a vocal competition and was hired to sing with the Palm Beach Opera Company and soon thereafter was also accepted into the Florida Grand Opera Apprentice Program.


As a gifted athlete, his early career sights seemed to be set on sports, however, because of his passion for music he decided to devote himself to his art and he has performed with the Palm Beach Opera, Opera Ebony, New York; Capitol City Opera, Atlanta; Opera Music Theatre International, New Jersey; Miami Opera Repertory; Coral Gables Symphony; North Miami Beach Symphony; Circolo Lyrico Del’ Opera and Miami Lyric Opera.


At the suggestion and advice of the late Luciano Pavarotti and Nico Castel, Samuel auditioned for and won a scholarship which allowed him to attend Opera Music Theatre International (OMTI), a training program then under the direction of the late great Basso Jerome Hines.  It is here he made the vocal transition from baritone to tenor. A summer session followed at the International School of Performing Arts in Philadelphia where he coached and performed in master classes for renowned artistes, Mignon Dunn, Maestro Kurt Klippstater, and Maestro Rescigno of the Florentine Opera in Italy. Mr. Charles Riecker of the Metropolitan Opera complimented the “ringing shimmer and beauty” of Mr. Eudovique’s voice.


Samuel Eudovique continues to study, prepare and perform dramatic roles with Maestro Raffaele Cardone, The Coral Gables Symphony and Miami Lyric Opera, Florida, and perform in concerts throughout the United States and  the Caribbean.  He has recently returned from the International Institute of Vocal Arts where he participated in an intensive summer program.  He intends to travel to Europe in the near future to perform with a major orchestra.


Contact Information:

1901 Palm Avenue, Ste F

Miramar, FL 33025, USA

235 West End Avenue, Apt. 6H

New York, New York 10023, USA

Phone: 954-559-7476


Webpage: South Florida Lyric Opera


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