Ender Thomas

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Ender Thomas
OriginPuerto Cabello, Venezuela
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, composer
LabelsG89music, CDagroup, Yanni Wake
Associated actsYanni

Ender Thomas is a Venezuelan singer-songwriter. He was a featured vocalist during the 2009 tour for Yanni Voices produced by Disney Pearl Imprint. His vocal range is tenor.[1]

Ender was born in Venezuela.[2] Prior to his work with Greek musician Yanni, he was the frontman for a salsa band in his home country.[3] For the Voices project, he was the last of the four vocalists selected. Yanni commented "It took us a year and a half to find Ender. We were looking for a Latino, fiery, specific kind of voice. And that took us a long time to find."[4]



  • Yanni Voices - featured vocalist
  • Yanni Presents Ender Thomas


  • Ritual de Amor
  • Bajo El Cielo De Noviembre
  • Susurros En la Oscuridad
  • Mi Todo Eres Tú
  • Sin Temor De Vivir
  • Sirena
  • Quedate Conmigo
  • Por Llegar A Tí
  • India
  • Este Amor
  • Como Debe Ser
  • Más Allá


  • "Me fascinas" with A.B. Quintanilla Released July, 2010
  • "El Principe De La Paz" Released December, 2010
  • "O Principe Da Paz" Released December, 2010
  • "The Prince Of Peace" Released December, 2010
  • "Puerto Cabello Te Quiero" Released March, 2011
  • "Desejo" Released April, 2011
  • "Vino" Released May, 2012
  • "Soy Venezuela" Released April, 2013


  1. ^ (18 June 2009). "Yanni's 'Voices' wows audience: Salt Lake Telegram", Deseret News, p. W16.
  2. ^ Abbott, Jim (12 April 2009). "Yanni gets vocal in describing the pleasures of voice, his music", Orlando Sentinel, p. F7.
  3. ^ Potter, Angela (23 June 2009). "Singers, not Yanni, take center stage", The Orange County Register.
  4. ^ Sculley, Alan (28 April 2009). "After fans' long wait, Yanni finds his Voices", The Virginian-Pilot, p. E5.

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