Aged 64, Yanni is still bringing people together with his music, transcending borders and cultures.
Four years after his iconic 2015 performance by the Giza Pyramids, Yanni will be returning to Egypt, gracing its music scene with an unforgettable concert. This time switching things up, taking the scenic Sahel waters as his backdrop in a concert dubbed Yanni by the sea, set to take over Mountain View's North Coast beach resort on July 26th.
Known for his mesmerizing live concerts and new-age music, Yiannis Chryssomallis, professionally known as Yanni, is a Greek composer, keyboardist, pianist and music producer who rose to international fame after his breakthrough concert, Live At The Acropolis, which became the second best-selling music concert video of all time. Ever since, Yanni has been touring the world, playing in one historic site after the other, from the Taj Mahal to the Pyramids of Giza. Yanni's global tunes, which fuse a lot of international genres, has certainly echoed throughout stadiums, theatres and stages, entertaining over 5 million people who've attended his concerts.
With a discography that boasts over 40 platinum and gold albums globally, and sales totaling over 25 million copies, Yanni doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon. At age 64, the Greek musician is as youthful and energized as ever, forever bringing people together through his music that transcends borders and cultures.