Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is still a high volume of parcels and longer delivery times (overseas shipments are currently transported by sea freight – transit time can take more than 30 days).
For a short time and while supplies last, every purchaser of Schiller’s Summer in Berlin in the Studio and Home Cinema Edition will receive a copy personally hand-signed by Christopher von Deylen in lieu of the regular edition.
This refers to the Blu-ray audio channels only
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For 20 years, SCHILLER has been considered a pioneer and style-setter in electronic music. More than 7 million records sold, seven No.1 albums and numerous gold and platinum awards underline this special position.
After SCHILLER reached No. 1 in the album charts in October 2020 under his civil name Christopher von Deylen with the electronic piano album „Colors“, he now went one better and released another SCHILLER album on February 12th, 2021: SUMMER IN BERLIN is the name of the brand new work. The limited fan edition with 2 Blu-rays was sold out immediately. Reason enough to release this exclusive Studio & Home Cinema Pure Deluxe Edition. It contains the new studio album with 14 tracks and musical guests like Alphaville, Tangerine Dream mastermind Thorsten Quaeschning and Tricia McTeague as well as a second CD with the LIVE concert of the last SCHILLER Arena Tour.
There are also two Blu-Rays in addition to the two CDs – of course with the concert film, including the one-hour laser performance „Berlin Moskau“ in Dolby Atmos and other background information. In addition, there are three more SCHILLER cream toppers: The streaming concert from the Lido in Berlin, tremendous light impressions from the drive-in concert in Mannheim and a Berlin film personally shot by SCHILLER with brand new impressions of the city. In total, the new work contains over 8 hours of SCHILLER and is available in a compact CD size digipak.
2 Video Blu-rays + 2 CDs
incl. streaming concert from the Lido in Berlin, tremendous light impressions from the drive-in concert in Mannheim and a Berlin film personally shot by SCHILLER with brand new impressions of the city