Yanni Voices Live in Concert: Famed Musician at the Honda Center
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The last date listed for Yanni Voices Live in Concert was Sunday June 21, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Honda Center of Anaheim
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Featured review from Bob Yee
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We have seen Yanni Voices on PBS and were enthralled with the integration of 4 superb voices with great songs written for originally composed piano and instrumental music. Being able to see this presentation in real life brought even more energy and excitment. A great extension to Yanni's work.
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Multi-platinum recording artist Yanni is gearing up for his first U.S. tour in 4 years. Long known for his engaging and spectacular live presentations, Yanni will perform his most popular instrumental compositions in addition to introducing fans to his recent work. The 2009 tour will feature fan favorites accompanied by an explosion of dynamic visuals and dazzling choreography with Yanni’s acclaimed orchestra comprised of musicians from around the globe. For the 2009 concert tour, Yanni brings a new and exciting dimension to the show with the addition of four “Voices” — Nathan Pacheco, Chloe, Ender Thomas and Leslie Mills — discovered and mentored by Yanni and all featured on his CD release Yanni Voices (Disney Pearl).
Revered for his sweeping symphonic pieces, intimate keyboard airs and unforgettable musical themes, Yanni released a string of albums, all of which became global hits. They include “Dare to Dream” (1992), “In My Time” (1993), “Niki Nana” (1989), “If I Could Tell You” (2000) and his crowning achievement “Live at The Acropolis,” recorded live at the 2000-year-old Herod Atticus Theatre in Athens, captured by 14 cameras and assembled into one of the most popular PBS specials ever. He also gave spectacular live performances at world-renown locales including the Taj Mahal and Beijing’s Forbidden City thrilling millions of fans worldwide. His U.S. tours in 1995, 1998 and 2003-2005 each finished in the Top 10 concert tours of the year, as ranked by Performance Magazine and Pollstar.