Mario Frangoulis is a Greek tenor. He sings in Italian, Spanish, English, French, and Greek and he is fluent in all 5 languages. In the late 90’s he became hugely popular with Greek audiences and soon expanded to an international concert career.


On June 21, 2012, Mario was joined by the legendary Boston Pops Maestro Keith Lockhart conducting, Mario Frangoulis Beautiful Things concert event at Boston Symphony Hall, sponsored by The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans. The Mario Frangoulis Live with the Boston Pops concert event at Boston Symphony Hall featured a dynamic program based mostly on the Mario Frangoulis Beautiful Things album, supplemented with duets, and music from Mario Frangoulis' broader repertoire.




Mario Frongoulis will be performing in Pasadena Civic  Auditorium on May 11, 2013. He will be joined by George Perris, a young, emerging, international French-Greek singer who has received significant attention, and collaborated with major artists over the last several years. He was discovered at the age of 17 by the world-famous Greek composer Mimis Plessas, and released his first solo album “My New Day” (EMI) featuring compositions by Stefanos Korkolis, and a Greek version of "Caravane,” Raphael's major European hit. He was a featured artist on the album "Mimis Plessas & The Jazz Quartet".


Follow the link below to get your tickets for the May 11th Concert!!!





You may also visit the Pasadena Civic Auditorium Box Office on Fridays, between 10 AM and 6 PM to purchase your tickets in person.


Westin Hotel in Pasadena offers special discounted room rate for all patrons attending the Mario Frangoulis concert. Click here to take advantage of this special offer.