Internationally-renowned and award-winning tenor Mario Frangoulis returns to Chicago this April 7 for a concert at the Harris Theater at Millennium Park, to benefit Pythagoras Children’s Academy (PCA) of Elmhurst, Ill. and several other area schools. A percentage of the concert’s proceeds will be donated to each participating school.
Frangoulis is touring the U.S. in support of his critically acclaimed international album release, “Beautiful Things.” The charismatic performer captivates audiences through his powerful, soulful singing, as well as his desire to bring people together through the power of music. Frangoulis sings in five languages, and across many musical genres.
A compassionate individual, Frangoulis always seeks to partner with a community organization that may benefit from his performances, with a special focus on causes pertaining to children. For this concert, he has selected several area parochial schools to benefit from ticket sales for the performance.
Purchase tickets at www.harristheaterchicago.com or at 312.334.7777, and give the code “PYTHAGORAS.” The school will receive 40% of the price of each ticket that is applied to that code. Enjoy a night of amazing music and support a local school. Tickets are still available.
Since 1998, PCA has offered a top quality Christian education in a loving, nurturing environment, with full-time preschool, pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten, in addition to first through fourth grades. The school also teaches the Greek language beginning in preschool. For more information about PCA, call 630.834.0477.
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