BWW TV: Save on Tickets to See Acclaimed Crossover Tenor Mario Frangoulis in LA on 11/11
Mario Frangoulis, the acclaimed international Crossover Tenor returns to the US for a limited set of engagements in New York, Montreal and Los Angeles from November 6-11, 2017.
A graduate of the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Julliard School of Music in NY, Mario emerged from Sir Cameron Mackintosh and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's world of musical theater playing roles such as Marius in Les Miserables and Raoul in Phantom of the Opera to be signed to Sony Classical by Peter Gelb (current head of the Metropolitan Opera in New York).
Of note are his deep collaborations with world-class producers on his major international albums - Sometimes I Dream (2002) with Oscar nominated Steve Wood, Beautiful Things (2012) with Grammy and Academy award nominated Stephan Moccio, and Tales of Christmas (2015) with 6x Grammy winner Jorge Calandrelli.
Recognized as a top 3 Classical Crossover Artist on Billboard where he held the #2 and #3 positions with Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban consistently, Frangoulis has distinguished himself as one of the most important artists in the genre. However, what distinguishes him, aside from his charismatic and powerful voice described as "the kind of tenor sound that brings down the house" (Journal Sentinal) is Mario's ability to sing in five languages and use his musical theatre and acting experience to create a truly intimate relationship with his audience.
Music and voice connoisseurs are in for a treat as Mario shares an evening of international music from each phase of his career, accompanied by a group of five world-class musicians to create in intimate experience that will be "pure sound, all voice."
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For more about Mario, visit www.mariofrangoulis.com, or follow him on Facebook: www.facebook.com/mariofrangoulis, Instagram: www.instagram.com/MarioFrangoulis, and Twitter: www.twitter.com/MarioFrangoulis.
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