On 11:11, classical crossover tenor Mario Frangoulis will awaken the musical senses of fans in Los Angeles with a special concert at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, titled simply “An Evening With Mario Frangoulis.”
Frangoulis, who has sold over one million records worldwide, will present a varied repertoire of music highlighting his exceptional range and expression. Diverse and enchanting, Frangoulis hopes to invite listeners on a musical journey that fuses classical and contemporary sound inspiring all ages.
Frangoulis catapulted to fame after being discovered by legendary producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh, who cast him as Marius in ‘Les Misérables’ in London’s West End, upon his graduation from the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.
After receiving rave reviews, he played Raoul in ‘Phantom of the Opera.’ His success in musical theatre was only a prelude to a multi-faceted career that put him at #2 and #3 on Billboard’s classical crossover charts with his first two international albums “Sometimes I Dream” and “Follow Your Heart,” at #10 on BMG’s international charts with “Passione,” and at #12 on Billboard’s classical music charts with the debut of his first holiday album “Tales of Christmas” in 2015.
Awarded both the prestigious Maria Callas Prize and Pavarotti Competition for his classical achievements and voted “Best Male Classical Crossover Artist” in 2011, Frangoulis has toured extensively worldwide, filmed several live concerts and released 19 solo albums.
He has performed with a wide range of artists in all musical genres, including Placido Domingo, Sarah Brightman and Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues.
Following his Los Angeles concert, Frangoulis will join Sarah Brightman on her Royal Christmas Gala tour across Europe.