Cypriot singer/songwriter Stephània Pourgouri, who resides in Los Angeles, California, USA, is currently on tour performing in China, in a production celebrating Disney’s 100th Year Anniversary.
Disney 100 Wonderland Concert China Tour began on November 14th and will run until March 2nd, 2024. The show has been a complete success with performances in some of China’s most renowned theatres and performing arts centres such as the Beijing Exhibition Theatre in Beijing, the HAN Show of Wuhan Theatre in Wuhan and the Sichuan Grand Theatre in Chengdu.
The production team hopes to take the tour around Europe in the near future.
Stephània Pourgouri is a R&B/Soul singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. Born to a Cypriot father and an Irish mother, Stephània was raised on the island of Cyprus and grew up listening to the sounds of Michael Jackson, Earth Wind & Fire and Etta James. With her rich and warm tone, she is best known for integrating her personal life experiences into her emotional storytelling music, creating an emotional connection between herself and her listeners. Her latest singles Boy and Tell Me made it onto one of Northern Ireland’s most notable radio stations, BBC Radio Ulster.
In 2022, Stephània went on her debut North American tour performing as a feature and background vocalist on the Life & Music of George Michael, touring in renowned concert venues such as the House of Blues in Houston, Texas.
Shortly after that, she graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston with a dual major in Vocal Performance and Contemporary Writing & Production and had the honour to perform for Lalah Hathaway at Berklee’s Commencement Concert in May 2022, where she sang Hathaway’s hit Baby Don’t Cry. C
Currently, Stephània is focused on her debut album which she plans on releasing in 2024.
Stephània told Parikiaki, “In the realm of arts and entertainment, it is not every day that an artist from our small country embarks on a global tour with such an iconic company like Disney. The experiences I am having on this tour have been nothing short of extraordinary…the cultural exchange that takes place during my performances in Asia is a bridge between our small nation and the vast audience that Disney attracts. It is an excellent opportunity to highlight the rich cultural heritage we carry and share it with a global audience.”