Georg-Christoph Schlee (Soundchris) is an award-winning composer for video games and movies. He is a classically trained pianist, violinist and singer with numerous international performances and uses this experience to create compositions blending classical elements with modern sounds. Georg-Christoph Schlee was born and raised in Regensburg (Ratisbone), Germany. He began his classical piano, violin and solo singing training early at the age of 6 and was later accepted into the internationally renowned concert choir “Regensburger Domspatzen“.
During his teenage years and early twenties, he performed in over 50 concerts with in a variety of orchestras and choirs and also as solo pianist and singer. During this time he developed a love for choral music traces of which can be found in several of his works. Georg-Christoph Schlee discovered his interest in composition at the age of 14, when he wrote and performed his first little piano works.
After receiving a law degree from the University of Ratisbone in 2011 and successfully passing the second legal state examination at the Higher Regional Court of Nuremberg in 2014, he continued his professional musical training at the German School of Audio Engineering Institute in Munich in order to improve his studio, recording and editing skills and kick off his career as a professional composer. Since videogames have always been another passion of Georg-Christoph, his musical focus are soundtracks for new games and game related movies. Chris believes that truly creative music can only be conceived by understanding as many genres as possible and experimenting with different combinations of them.