German producer Christopher von Deylen aka Schiller's new album entitled 'Opus', brings a selection of classical tunes spiced up with electronic sounds, featuring outstanding collaborations with special musicians and guests ( following Schiller's tradition from previous releases) with renowned classical pianist Hélène Grimaud with her interpretation of Erik Satie's 'Gymnopédie No. 1', legendary soprano Anna Netrebko and a special version of Edvard Grieg's 'Solveig's Song', just to mention a few.Also featured Debussy's 'Reverie' and Rachmaninoff's 'Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini, Op 43'.
'Orchestral, minimalist and emotional sounds inspired by timeless melodies'.
A special 4 CD edition of the album, featuring bonus material and a canvas with the cover is also set to be available as a collector item in Germany (other countries still unconfirmed at the moment)
'Opus' is set for release on August the 30th.
For more information on Schiller's previous work and collaborations, you can find The Male Model Music Project's interview with him on his album 'Breathless', HERE.
Schiller & Hélène Grimaud