Tenor Mario Frangoulis plays for the first time in Romania Member eventsPartner events
Tenor Mario Frangoulis plays for the first time in Romania at the Palace Hall on April 20th, in an extraordinary concert, alongside with the Bucharest Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Greek conductor Stathis Soulis. Special guest: Soprano Cellia Costea.
Mario Frangoulis will offer to the audience both a program composed of the works of great composers and his well-known classical crossover performances. From the concert will not miss some well-known songs such as Hijo de la Luna, Notte di Luce or Vincero Perdero, as well as tracks from the recently released Greek tenor album “Tourquoise Waters” (“Galazia Limni“). An event presented by ComputerLand Romania and Aqua Carpatica and organized by 3G Enterprise Creative.
A fabulous tenor with an impressive impressive and an excellent vocal technique, a classic crossover artist enjoying phenomenal success all over the globe, with 19 albums in record and over 7 million copies sold all over the world, Mario Frangoulis traces the Grants: “Andrea Boceli, more over!” Headlines Daily News, while CNN recognizes that “Frangoulis’s world is distilled to pure sound, just voice.” Combining the classic with the contemporary, easily mixing pop, rock, folk, soul or world music, a scene with sacred saviors such as Sarah Brightman, Placido Domingo, Montserrat Caballe, José Carreras, Liu Huan, Lara Fabian, Klaus Meine or Angela Gheorghiu and a song with the best orchestras of the world, from Boston Pops to Chicago Symphony, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Novaya Opera, Royal Symphony Orchestra or London Philharmonic Orchestra.
The soprano Cellia Costea, one of the most beautiful, warm and resounding Romanian opera voices of the past two decades, returns whenever possible to Romania, to the great joy of her fans. “Voice of Cellia Costea is extremely musical and emotional, I think it will have a huge career,” says Montserrat Caballé about the artist born in Piatra Neamt. In love with fans and critics alike, Cellia Costea now lives in Athens, where she is considered the number one female, and has been awarded 11 of the most important trophies in international contests, including the international music contest “Francisco Vinas” (Barcelona, 2003), “Montserrat Caballe” (Andorra, 2001), George Enescu Festival, “Belvedere”, Vienna (1999) and “Verdi Voices” International Competition (Busseto, Italy, 1998) , Concertgebouw Amsterdam or Royal Opera in London (Covent Garden) A song in Stuttgart, Bergen, Oslo, Marseille, Liege, Barcelona, Milan, Catania, Palermo, Modena, Piacenza, Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo and Singapore. She has worked with world-renowned conductors such as Seiji Ozawa, Mark Elder, Asher Fish, Eugene Kohn, Jiri Kout, Pinchas Steinberg, Julian Kovatchev and Alberto Veronesi. In 2011, she received the Grand Music Award from the Greek Theater and Music Critics Association of Greece.
For the April 20 , tickets are available, depending on distance from the stage, for BRCC members, entering MARIO2019 at 80 lei (category IV), 160 lei (category III), 220 lei category II ), 280 lei (category I) or 320 lei (VIP) on www.entertix.ro, www.myticket.ro, www.eventim.ro. For groups more than 15 tickets, please reply to this message.