Ender Thomas Hosts Live Premiere of Yanni Voices: Live from the Forum in Acapulco on CPTV Wednesday, March 4 at 8 p.m.
HARTFORD, Conn. – Connecticut Public Television (CPTV, www.cptv.org) will feature vocalist Ender Thomas in the CPTV studio on Wednesday, March 4 at 8 p.m. to host the live premiere of Yanni Voices: Live from the Forum in Acapulco, a concert spectacular featuring show-stopping performances of Yanni’s most popular musical compositions. Thomas is featured in the special and will provide CPTV viewers with insights into Yanni’s unique ability to engage his audience with his masterful productions. Plus, CPTV viewers will have the opportunity to obtain exclusive Red Carpet tickets to Yanni’s upcoming concert.
Yanni Voices: Live from the Forum in Acapulco features both classic and original compositions by the composer/pianist. And after a four-year hiatus from public performance, Yanni returns to the stage – and for the first time in his remarkable career – features show-stopping vocal performances by young artists who bring to life his most popular musical compositions.
One of the world’s most recognizable musicians, Yanni has distinguished himself as a top-selling adult contemporary artist, with worldwide sales of more than 25 million albums, accumulating 35 platinum and gold records globally. His concert DVDs Tribute and Live at the Acropolis both attained multi-platinum status; Live at the Acropolis remains the second highest-selling music DVD to date.
Airdate and Time
Yanni: Live from the Forum in Acapulco
Airs Wednesday, March 4 at 8 p.m.
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