Mario Frangoulis

Greek Singer
Born Dec 18, 1967

Mario Frangoulis is a Greek tenor and is best known for his song, "Vincerò, Perderò". He sings in Italian, Spanish, English, French, and Greek; he is fluent in all 5 languages.

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  • Benefits
    San Francisco Chronicle - Oct 18, 2013
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    Huffington Post - Mar 19, 2013
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    Google News - Aug 25, 2011
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    Google News - Aug 22, 2011


Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Mario Frangoulis.


1967 Birth Frangoulis was born on 18 December 1967 in Rhodesia (today Zimbabwe) of Greek parents. … Read More


1984 16 Years Old When Frangoulis was six years old, he started violin lessons, which he continued for twelve years, receiving a first prize when he was as young as fourteen. He graduated from the Conservatory in 1984, and although he did not further his violin studies, this particular musical training assisted Frangoulis with his operatic studies later in life.
1985 17 Years Old In 1985, Frangoulis moved to London, where he attended a three-year-long professional acting course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.


1988 - 1991 4 More Events
1992 24 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1992, Frangoulis moved to The United States to continue his operatic studies. … Read More
1993 25 Years Old In the summer of 1993, Frangoulis returned to the role of Marius as he starred in a touring cast of Les Misérables, at the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland.
1994 26 Years Old In 1994 he was the first Greek to become a finalist in the Luciano Pavarotti International Competition.
1995 27 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1995, Frangoulis returned to London to play the role of Lun-Tha in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I during the Covent Garden Festival. … Read More
1996 28 Years Old 1 More Event
In the summer of 1996, Frangoulis made his debut at the theater of Herodes Atticus, by the Acropolis, in an evening dedicated to the great memory of Leonard Bernstein, with the "Orchestra of Colours" (a symphony orchestra created by Oscar-winning popular Greek composer Manos Hatzidakis, usually transcribed Manos Hadjidakis), singing excerpts from "West Side Story", "Candide", " Our Town" etc. … Read More
1997 29 Years Old 1 More Event
In February 1997, due to his mother's serious illness, Frangoulis returned to Greece. … Read More


1998 - 2000 3 More Events
2001 33 Years Old 1 More Event
At the beginning of 2001, Frangoulis took part in a charity opera gala at the Athens Concert Hall, along with stars of the Greek National Opera. … Read More
2002 34 Years Old In March 2002, Frangoulis gave a concert with Deborah Myers at the Athens Concert Hall, singing songs from well-known films. … Read More
2003 35 Years Old In August 2003 he performed at the Helsinki Festival. … Read More
2004 36 Years Old 1 More Event
On New Year's Eve, Frangoulis welcomed the year of 2004 with the Mayor of Athens in an outdoor performance in Syntagma Square, which was broadcast live all over Greece and by satellite all over the world. … Read More


2011 43 Years Old Frangoulis had various appearances in great Athenian and other Greek venues in those two years. He was invited by the Special Olympics Committee to take a major part on the opening ceremony of the event in June 2011. … Read More
2014 46 Years Old In 2014 Mario Frangoulis performed with the acclaimed Norwegian soprano Sissel at a concert on Friday 5 September at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Greece. … Read More
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