Since the release of 2012’s acclaimed Solo Piano II, Chilly Gonzales composed the best-selling book of easy piano pieces Re-Introduction Etudes, produced and released Octave Minds, the piano-meets-electronica album with Boys Noize and devoted himself to finding a modern take on chamber music. The result is Chambers, out March 24, 2015, an album for piano and string quartet. Inspired by the deepening relationship with Hamburg’s Kaiser Quartett, the album re-imagines Romantic-era chamber music as today’s addictive pop. Gonzales holds the Guinness world record for the longest solo concert: over 27 hours. He’s collaborated with with Jarvis Cocker, Feist and Drake, among others. He won a 2014 Grammy for his collaboration on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories. With “Never Stop,” he composed a global hit for the inaugural Apple iPad campaign. You can find Chilly on Twitter here, Facebook here and his website is here.