Yanni Philadelphia Tickets
Mann Center of the Performing Arts in Philadelphia is hosting a live concert of the instrumental music genius, Yanni. The venue has previously hosted shows by a number of renowned artists including James Taylor, Tony Bennett, ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and Bob Dylan to name a few. The center is home to the Philadelphia Orchestra. As Yanni heads over to the city, the excitement surrounding his upcoming event is on the rise and Yanni Philadelphia tickets are expected to sell out within a few days. To ensure your presence at the maestro’s mesmerizing performance you should book your tickets in advance.
The music master Yanni is all set to treat the city of Philadelphia with his upcoming live performance. Known for his classic hits like ‘Santorini,’ ‘Nostalgia’ and ‘Dance with a Stranger,’ the Greek musician’s live shows have fans coming from all over to catch his glimpse.
Yiannis Chryssomalis began playing the piano when he was only six years old. In 1977, he performed and released some albums as part of a rock band,Chameleon. Three years later he released his debut record ‘Optimystque.’ During the 90s, Yanni produced many hit compositions. His first Grammy nomination was in 1992 for his album ‘Dare to Dream.’ The following year he received yet another Grammy nomination for his record ‘In My Time.’ One of his career’s biggest highlights is the album ‘Yanni Live at the Acropolis.’ It also holds the all-time best selling music video record. Broadcasted on PBS, the show became one of the highest rated TV shows of its time. Since the turn of the millennium, Yanni has come up with different music collections, each with a distinct music sound. Among his latest records are ‘Yanni Voices,’ ‘Yanni Mexicanisimo’ and ‘Truth of Touch.’
Yanni’s enjoys a huge and diverse fan following. His mastery at instruments coupled with an intense sense of romanticism makes his compositions unique and appealing at the same time. His shows are always sold out. So get your Yanni Philadelphia tickets quickly to catch the musician live on stage.