She’s been working in America since the age of 15. The 20-year-old Greek-Australian Yianna Stavrou is already publishing her first single titled “Intervention” and is at the same time a highly-promising TV star. She seems to have seen it all, but despite her success and her young age, Yianna remains a low-profile cheerful person, who is ready to try even harder to improve herself.
She was born and brought up in Melbourne by a traditional Greek-Australian family. Her mother discovered her talent when Yianna was eight, so she signed her up at the singing school. She was soon asked to join the girl music band “Trinity,” a singing and dancing pop group that marked her youth for five years.
Trinity took her to America to shoot a clip in LA, and they even opened for Jason Derulo on his world tour. But for Yianna, her passion in her art form leans towards a solo career. She also took part in the TV show “The Voice,” which she describes as a valuable experience.
Soul music, R&B and pop–these are all genres close to her heart. Yianna is about to become the face of the new television show, OPA! TV, organized by the most-awarded lifestyle magazine OPA!
“OPA! adds a different taste to the typical Greek magazines and TV shows we have out there now,” says Yianna expressing her gratitude for having been chosen by the organizers.