Brought to Oman and organised for the second time by the Black & White magazine, this year’s show also has a charity initiative behind it. The B&W has teamed up with Dar Al Atta’a to build a school shelter for children in Yiti Village.
Oman on the musical map
“Besides bringing a world class event to Oman, for the second time that is, we also feel that world famous musicians like Yanni can help put Oman on the musical map of the world. Yanni and his team are known to promote the countries they perform in and this was evidenced in the media blitz that he created during his last visit to Oman,” Mohamed Issa Al Zadjali, Editor in Chief of B&W said. “Also, all our events have a charity initiative. This time, we wanted to support Dar Al Ataa’a to build a school (building) in Yiti Village. We sincerely hope our Yanni event will help us in our humble attempt.”
So once again, the smoky-eyed Greek-American with flowing hair and magical fingers is set to enthrall music lovers in Muscat. Legendary composer and live performer Yanni, who played to rhapsodic listeners in Oman two years back, is all set to unleash his live musical extravaganza at the magnificent 5000-strong capacity City Amphitheatre, Qurum, on March 21, this year.
Tickets priced at OMR25, OMR50 and OMR100 and VVIP can be booked on 24565697 and 98675976. They are on sale at the MacDonald’s, The Sultan Centre and Woodlands.