Schiller is Germany's leading electronic artist. The multi-gold and plantinum-awarded project has been created by German electronical Composer, Producer and musician - Christopher von Deylen - in the tradition of teutonic sound-pioneers.
Over the last years the Echo-award winner and Grammy-nominee performed more than 100 sold-out concerts - highly acclaimed by the audience and media.
Christopher Von Deylen doesn't provide vocals for any of his compositions, instead he chooses to collaborate with singers from within and outside of Germany. Musicians and vocalists who have worked with von Deylen include: Colbie Caillat, Chineese world famous pianist Lang Lang, German actor and musician Ben Becker, Irish singer Moya Brennan of the Celtic group Clannad and sister to international new age star Enya, the soprano Sarah Brightman, Peter Heppner of the German synth pop band Wolfsheim, miLù, also known as Mila Mar, Xavier Naidoo, Maya Saban, Kim Sanders formerly of Culture Beat, Ana Torroja, lead singer of the Spanish pop group Mecano, Tarja Turunen, former frontwoman of Finnish symphonic power metal group Nightwish, Greek singer Despina Vandi, Alexander Veljanov of German Darkwave group Deine Lakaien, as well as other electronic-music musicians including Klaus Schulze, Mike Oldfield, Helen Boulding, Damae of Fragma, Jaël of Swiss band Lunik, Stephenie Coker and Anna Maria Mühe.
Much of Schiller's Material takes over a year for North American Release most likely due to Translation and Re-recording of tracks from German to English along with other exclusive and Previously unreleased Material. European Countries however see Schiller's Release much earlier
After the North American release of Life, Christopher Von Deylen stated that he did not wish to continue mixing English translations of the German language tracks.
The name of the band is taken from one of von Deylen's heroes, famed German poet Friedrich Schiller.