Tess has been featured with numerous ensembles nationwide, and has had the privilege of singing a number of world premieres, including The Frozen Grail, a song cycle written for her by Eric Barnum, Donald Skirvin’s Curve of Gold (Seattle Choral Company), the 2010 premiere of Robert Kyr's Pacific Sanctus, and the Midwest premiere and recording of Emerson Eads's Mass for the Oppressed (Notre Dame University).
Upcoming engagements include her Seattle Opera debut as Clorinda in Monteverdi's The Combat, Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem (Seattle Pro Musica), Bach St. Matthew Passion (semi-staged, Colorado Symphony), Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni (Angels & Demons Entertainment), Violetta in La Traviata (City Opera Ballet), and Euridice/Proserpina in L'Orfeo, conducted by Grammy winning conductor, Stephen Stubbs (Pacific MusicWorks).
A native Seattleite, this marks her ninth season with the Seattle Mariners as a regular anthem singer. Miss Altiveros holds a Master’s degree in vocal performance from the University of Washington. Since 2015, Tess has been working as Development Manager for Pacific MusicWorks.