Mario Frangoulis is a renowned Greek tenor who fascinates both Greek and international audience at every live performance. Now, Boston has the opportunity to enjoy his marvelous voice in a single performance at the Boston Symphony Hall as well as several other distinguished musicians.
On Thursday, June 21st, 2012, he will be on stage with maestro Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Orchestra to debut his highly anticipated new international release, Beautiful Things, in the United States. But a plethora of other successful singers will join him including Hayley Westenra, Alkistis Protopsalti, George Perris, and Stephan Moccio.
His newly released album came about as a result of hard work and is not a chance production made for commercial reasons only. After two years of collaboration between Frangoulis and his long-time producer Steve Wood, people abroad interested in the tenor’s voice will have the chance to indulge themselves in his acting performance once again.
The Beautiful Things Concert will take place in Boston and members of the AHEPA organization, the largest Greek-American association of the world, is expected to attend it. Mario Frangoulis joined the AHEPA almost a year ago on September 28th, 2011, “to promote Hellenism, education and philanthropic endeavors.”