安娜·维西（Anna Vissi）（希腊语：σνναΒίσση，发音为 [ˈana ˈvisi]，本地 [ˈanːaˈviʃːi]；生于1957年12月20日），又称安娜·维西（Anna Vishy），是希族塞人，歌手，词曲作者，女演员，电视节目主持人，广播人物和女商人。她在音乐学院学习音乐并在当地演出，然后于1973年前往雅典的专业舞台，在那里她与Minos签约，同时与其他音乐艺术家合作，并在雅典大学学习期间发行了自己的宣传单曲。
维西（Vissi）通过赢得1977年的塞萨洛尼基歌曲节（Thessaloniki Song Festival）赢得了自己的唱片业，这首歌是“ As Kanoume Apopse Mian Arhi”并发行了她的首张同名专辑。自1980年代以来，Vissi与歌曲作者Nikos Karvelas开始了几乎独家的合作，她从1983年至1992年与之结婚，并育有一个孩子，从而成为美国历史上最成功的音乐合作伙伴之一。他们共同创建了唱片公司CarVi，该唱片公司与EMI希腊公司发生了法律纠纷，然后他们搬到了CBS Records Greece，后来成为了Sony Music Greece。
在她的职业生涯中，她发行了二十多张专辑，其中大部分已在两国获得至少金牌认证，还出演了三部戏剧作品，并短暂涉足电视和广播。维西尝试了不同风格的音乐；在成为第一批将西方流行和舞蹈元素引入希腊laïko和entehno的希腊艺术家之一之后，她成为了laïko-pop混合流派和文化的最杰出代表之一，该流派和文化从1990年代中期发展到20世纪90年代中期2000年代。她在Fotia（1989）取得了最大的商业成功，其次是双重Kravgi（2000），以单位数计，它成为有史以来第八位最畅销的专辑，其他五位– Kitrino Galazio（1979），I Epomeni Kinisi（1985），Klima Tropiko（1996），Travma（1997） ，and Antidoto（1998）–也实现了六位数的销售额。
她拥有大量成功的单曲，其中大部分已成为经典，包括她的签名歌曲 “ Dodeka”，“ Methismeni Politia”，“ Pragmata”，“ Agapi Ipervoliki”，“ Pseftika”，“ Ta Mathitika Hronia”，“ Stin Pira” ”，“ Gazi”等等。这些年来，她保持了强大的粉丝群，售罄了巡回演出和演出（她在2011–12冬季Rex和2015-2016年Hotel Ermou的最新演出也是当年最成功的演出）。
自1990年代后期以来，维西（Vissi）还尝试在国外建立职业，但大多数失败了，并对她的国内职业产生了负面影响。但是，她的2005年单曲“ Call Me ” 取得了一些成功，这使她成为第一位荣登美国广告牌 热舞俱乐部排行榜榜首的希腊或塞浦路斯艺术家，并且还代表希腊参加了1980年的欧洲歌唱大赛和2006年和1982年的塞浦路斯。
Anna Vissi (Greek: Άννα Βίσση, pronounced [ˈana ˈvisi], locally [ˈanːa ˈviʃːi]; born 20 December 1957), also known as Anna Vishy, is a Greek-Cypriot singer, songwriter, actress, television presenter, radio personality, and businesswoman. She studied music at conservatories and performed locally before moving to the professional scene in Athens, in 1973, where she signed with Minos and simultaneously collaborated with other musical artists and released promotional singles of her own while studying at the University of Athens.
Vissi established herself in the recording industry by winning the Thessaloniki Song Festival in 1977 with the song “As Kanoume Apopse Mian Arhi” and releasing her debut album of the same name. Since the 1980s, Vissi began a nearly exclusive collaboration with songwriter Nikos Karvelas, to whom she was married to from 1983–1992 and had one child with, resulting in one of the most successful music partnerships in the nation’s history. Together they created the label CarVi, which resulted in legal issues with EMI Greece, and they then moved to CBS Records Greece, which later became Sony Music Greece.
Over the course of her career she has released over two dozen albums, most of which have been certified at least gold in the two countries and has also starred in three theatrical productions and briefly ventured into television and radio. Vissi experimented with different styles of music; after becoming one of the first Greek artists to introduce Western pop and dance elements into Greek laïko and entehno, she became one of the most prominent portrayers of the laïko-pop hybrid genre and culture that was thriving from the mid-1990s into the mid-2000s. She landed her biggest commercial success with Fotia (1989), followed by the double Kravgi (2000), which became the eighth best-selling album of all time in terms of units, while five others – Kitrino Galazio (1979), I Epomeni Kinisi (1985), Klima Tropiko (1996), Travma (1997), and Antidoto (1998) – have also achieved six figure sales.
She has a large number of successful singles most of which have become classics, including her signature song “Dodeka”, “Methismeni Politia”, “Pragmata”, “Agapi Ipervoliki”, “Pseftika”, “Ta Mathitika Hronia”, “Stin Pira”, “Gazi” and many many more. Through the years she kept a strong fan base, sold out tours and shows (as was her latest shows in Rex in winter 2011–12 and Hotel Ermou 2015-2016 which was the most successful of the year).
Since the late 1990s, Vissi has also made attempts at establishing a career abroad, most of which fell through and have had some negative repercussions on her domestic career. However, she struck some success with her 2005 single “Call Me”, which made her the first Greek or Cypriot artist to top the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart and has also represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1980 and 2006, and Cyprus in 1982.
Vissi has won six Arion Music Awards, 15 Pop Corn Music Awards, and nine MAD Video Music Awards. Vissi has received 32 Platinum and 11 Gold certifications from IFPI Greece and has become one of the country’s best-selling artists of all time, having sold over 10 million records worldwide and is one of the country’s top earning artists.
In 2010, Alpha TV ranked Vissi as the second top-certified female artist in Greece in the phonographic era (since 1960), behind Haris Alexiou, while Forbes listed her as the 15th most powerful and influential celebrity in Greece and fourth highest ranked singer.
1977 – As Kanoume Apopse Mian Arhi (1989 Re-release)
1981 – Anna Vissi
1985 – Kati Simveni (2011 Re-release)
1986 – I Epomeni Kinisi (1996 Re-release)
1988 – Tora (1996 Re-release)
1992 – Lambo
1994 – Re!
1996 – Klima Tropiko
1997 – Travma
1998 – Antidoto
2000 – Kravgi (2CD)
2002 – Χ
2015 – Sinentefxi