Christos Yermenoglou started his music studies in Greece, studying byzantine music and drums. He continued in the U.S.A. where he studied drums, classical percussion, latin percussion and jazz.
He taught at the University of Nevada Early Childhood Music Program. He is founder and teacher in the Baby Artist: Program for the Musical Development of Infants, Toodlers, and Preschoolers, which operates in Thessaloniki since 2001, and is currently under the auspices of the University of Macedonia, in Thessaloniki, Greece. He has been an instructor of drums in lifelong learning programs for educators at the University of Macedonia. Since 2001, he is teaching drums in public and private conservatories and other educational settings.
He has recorded music for theatrical plays and participates in improvisatory projects including music, painting, movement, poetry and drama. He has collaborated with the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra and the Symphony Orchestra of the Municipality of Thessaloniki. He has performed with many musicians from around the world, among which are Milcho Leviev, Mark Whitfield, Sheila Jordan, John Russell, Fred Longberg-Holm, Sakis Papadimitriou, Akira Sakata.
He has participated in international music festivals in Greece and abroad and has extensive personal discography, as well as numerous participations in disc productions by artists from Greece and other countries.