- One ticket to see Mario Frangoulis
- When: Monday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: Harris Theater
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
Seating Options * $75 for rows G–X of the center section; or rows D–X of the side sections, plus a meet and greet with Frangoulis ($155 value) * $50 for rows Y–DD of the center section; or rows S–X of the side sections ($105 value) * $37.50 for rows D–F of the center section; or rows D–R or Y–BB of the side sections ($80 value) * $25 for rows CC–DD of the side sections ($55 value) * Click here to view the seating chart.
- How you know Mario Frangoulis: as an established talent in stage musicals and Shakespearean theater before he broke into the musical mainstream with 2002’s Sometimes I Dream
- What makes him so good at sweeping love songs: an operatic multilingual tenor that feels just as at home inside an aria as a rock anthem—and that chiseled jaw doesn’t hurt either
- His best-known original song: “Vinceró, Perderó,”—which translates to “I Will Win, I Will Lose”—a Sinatra-esque statement of purpose seasoned with gentle Spanish guitar
- His best-known cover: the Moody Blues’s “Nights in White Satin,” which he sings in Italian
- What you might hear at the concert: tracks off his latest album, Beautiful Things, such as Richard Page’s “A Kiss on the Wind” and his take on Andrea Bocelli’s “Because We Believe”
Anchoring one end of Millennium Park, Harris Theater continues that landscape of cultural expansion and visual wonderment. The Theater partners with emerging and established performing arts organizations in order to help them build the infrastructure and artistic growth necessary for sustainability. Yet it also acts as a cultural beacon for Chicagoland, drawing in world-renowned performing artists and keeping traveling barbershop quartets from crashing into the shore.