Samuel Eudovique
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Samuel Eudovique

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"Mr. Eudovique Reviews"

“ Mr. Samuel Eudovique, a gifted Classical Tenor wooed an eager audience, with a string of celebrated hits made famous by the late “ Candy Man,” himself. The guest artist, Mr. Samuel Eudovique’s
appearance, timbre, and style are very much reminiscent of the late, famed virtuoso Paul Robeson of the 1940’s and 1950’S


“Samuel Eudovique with one of the beautiful Tenor Voices that I have heard in a long time, was wonderful in The Flower Song from Bizet’s Carmen.”

- Gaston Serrizuela y Hernando Iovino, ENVITOS Y MAS

“As usual, Eudovique has shown of his superb tenor voice at Barbados 40th anniversary making all Bajans at the stadium and on Barbados television proud.”

- Tony Best, THE NATION

“Mr. Samuel Eudovique did a splendid job as the tenor soloist in Handel’s Messiah.”

- Dr. Richard J. Straughn, THE MIAMI TIMES

“In addition to his wonderful rendition of Handel’s Messiah, Samuel Eudovique was joined by Miss America 1994 Kimberly Aiken on How Great Though Art with an incredible harmony arranged by Mr. Eudovique”

-Madeline Bako, MIAMI TIMES, Miami Florida

“Samuel Eudovique gave a stellar performance with the National Anthem, at the Miami Music Festival.”

“ … Treer also provided vivid accompaniment for some Mussorgsky songs sung by Samuel Eudovique, whose voice was superb and really rose to the occasion in the high spirited Gopak.”

- Tim Smith SUN- SENTINEL, Ft Lauderdale, Fl

Samuel Eudovique showed off his Helden Voice with splendor singing tunes from Ol' Man River to grand opera.


- Various Reviews


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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. Soon thereafter, Sam 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. He has performed with Centerstage Opera Pennsylvania, Miami Lyric Opera, Miami Florida; Opera Company of Brooklyn, New York; The Palm Beach Opera, Florida; Opera Ebony, New York; Capitol City Opera, Atlanta Georgia; Miami Opera Repertory; Coral Gables Symphony; North Miami Beach Symphony; Circolo Lyrico Del’ Opera, also of Miami Florida.

At the suggestion and advice of Luciano Pavarotti, Nico Castel and Jerome Hines, Samuel auditioned for and won a scholarship and attended the Opera Music Theatre International (OMTI), a training program then under the direction of the late, great Basso Jerome Hines. It is there he began the vocal transition from baritone to tenor.

Samuel Eudovique continues to study with Maestro Rafaele Cardone, preparing and performing dramatic tenor roles. 2009 and 2010 saw Mr. Eudovique in many Musical Tributes to the late Sammy Davis Jr., cover as Turiddu in Cavalleria Rusticana with Miami Lyric Opera, A Public Television broad cast concert with Coral Gables Symphony, three performances of Enzo Grimaldo in Ponchielli’s La Gioconda with Center Stage Opera Pennsylvania, Tenor Soloist in Gaul’s The Holy City, Mendelssohn Elijah and Handel’s Messiah with Miami Oratorio Society and many other organizations, and has been engaged for many concerts and Cantatas throughout the rest of both years. In 2008 he performed Handel’s Messiah, a Christmas Cantata, Don Jose in Bizet’s Carmen with Coral Gables Opera, Otello in Highlights from Verdi’s Otello along with a variety of local concerts and guess appearances in the South Florida area and with Opera Company of the Hamptons New York.