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His first solo album, "Fengari erotevmeno" ("Love struck moon"), a live recording of the show, a double CD by Sony, Greece (with kind permission of Sony Classical), was an immediate best-seller, thus winning him his second platinum album (both in Greece and Cyprus) in two years. Mario Frangoulis The Neo-Classical Artist - Discography.2000In July 2000, Frangoulis was the first Greek tenor to perform at La Scala, Milan, as Tony in West Side Story he there.
November 2004 also saw the release of Frangoulis' second international album Follow your Heart.2005During February and March he was in the U.S.for his first American tour of 28 cities with pianist Jim Brickman and Ann Cochran, to promote his album.
As a producer, he has organized charity shows and concerts for children in need, such as the one for the Michael S.Polemis Foundation.2002: JosÚ Carreras International Leukaemia Foundation gala concert in Leipzig, Germany with Plßcido Domingo, Harry Belafonte, Sarah Connors and others.March 2003: charity concert for Action Aid with soprano Elena Kelessidou at the National Greek OperaSeptember 2003: UNESCO concert during the International Conference for the Cultural Management of World Heritage Cities, RhodesDecember 2004: "Refugee Voices; a concert for Darfur" - concert in aid of the children of Darfur held at the Royal Albert Hall, London UNHCR - "Refugee voices" concert rings in over $350,000 in support of Darfur victimsApril 2005: Concert for the Horatio Alger Association at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. Former Homeless Student Surprised With $20,000 Scholarship From the Horatio Alger Association After Boston Concert Performance26th of January 2005, following the Tsunami devastation in Southern Asia, Mario Frangoulis participated in a fundraising concert, held by the National Television of Greece, in support of the children which lost their families in the disasterOctober 2006: concert in Chicago with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for the benefit of Chicago's Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center Frangoulis Makes Chicago Debut in Support of the HMCCNovember 2007: 'Give Us Your Poor', a benefit concert for the homeless in Boston at The Strand theatre Give Us Your Poor :: Concert He also appears on a compilation album of the same name.Personal Discography:.
ISBN 0-7535-0375-1.Rosita Sokou (2006) "O Marios kai go" Athens:Kastaniotis.
At the suggestion of his mentor Marilyn Horne, and with the help of the Onassis Scholarship,he completed a three-year course at the Juilliard School of Music, as well as studying with soprano Dodi Protero. In 1993, Frangoulis also travelled to Liverpool, where he performed in an Opera Gala celebrating the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America, hosted by Sir Peter Ustinov, with the orchestra and chorus of the London Royal Opera House.Artists appearing were Montserrat CaballÚ, Dmitri Hvorostowki, Julia Migenes-Johnson, Dennis O' Neil, Rita Hunter and the late Alfredo Kraus, with the orchestra and chorus of the London Royal Opera House conducted by Robin Stapleton, in the presence of His Majesty Juan Carlos of Spain and HM Queen Sophia, and HRH Prince Andrew of EnglandIn the summer of the same year, he sang at the Athens Concert Hall in an opera gala dedicated to the memory of Maria Callas alongside stars of the Greek National Opera.
In September he took part at the inauguration of the Paralympics, to an audience of 90,000 people.