On Sunday, October 11, BC alumna Maria Tecce will bring her own brand of cabaret to New York’s Metropolitan Room. Ms. Tecce’s vibrant new show is a blend of Argentinean tango music, Spanish ballads, jazz standards, and bossa nova with the words of Spanish master poet of love, Pablo Neruda. Her powerful vocals, fiery style, elegance, and keenly intelligent interpretation of lyrics deliver a riveting and sophisticated night of passion that have won her the devotion of audiences and critics alike.
Originally from Boston, Italian-Polish AmericanTecce now makes her home in Dublin, Ireland. She has steadily garnered acclaim as one of Ireland’s foremost and dynamic vocalists and critics have lavished praise for her live performances, interpretation of material, and original work. From Dublin’s Sunday Tribune – “Maria Tecce’s singing combines the intelligence of a musician with the beguiling power of a leading actress.”
Ms. Tecce graduated from Boston College in 1990 and her father, Joseph Tecce, is a Professor of Psychology at the University.