Drellander releases her first single “Oasis” from an upcoming album “Let the Rain Fall"
With 160 songs under her belt, Drellander has chosen the best 12 songs to go on a compilation album titled “Let the Rain Fall” (approximate release date January 2014
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PRLog (Press Release) - Mar. 22, 2013 - TORONTO, Canada -- Drellander was born Tatevik Sarkisyan from Armenian parents in Moscow. Her musical journey began at the age of 6 as a choir lead and piano player at school concerts. At the age of 16 she moved to Canada and became known in Montreal for her volunteer work as a performer of classical repertoire in 8 languages. The passion for writing songs developed at the age of 19 and to date she has written over 160 songs. At the age of 24 Tatevik moved to Toronto and took on the artist name Drellander. In 2004 Tatevik collaborated with writer/film director Robert Wilson on a short film titled A Dying Fall that aired on CBC in July 2006 and won first place at WorldFest Houston. Tatevik’s multiple credits for this film include art direction, craft services, make-up, wardrobe, contract management and she also had a small part in the movie. In 2011 Drellander recorded her single “Oasis” with indie music producer and Indie Week Judge Dave Thomson and has released this song on iTunes, Amazon and Google Music via CD Baby. She has also shot a music video for the song (directed & edited by Robert Wilson) which is now available on You Tube.
With 160 songs under her belt, Tatevik has chosen the best 12 songs to go on a compilation album titled “Let the Rain Fall” (approximate release date January 2014). Drellander’s collection of songs portrays the dynamic versatility of her skills and creative genius. Song after song you will find emotional, thought provoking subject matter all eloquently put together through a wonderful musical arrangement. Whether it is a pop ballad, jazz, country, rock’n’roll, salsa or house song, the impact is always powerful as audiences wrap their souls around her unique music.
Tatevik’s ballad “Oasis” is an example of this innate skill. “Oasis” is a metaphor for finding true love. Its message is inspiring, hopeful and creates a deep connection due to its relatable subject matter. This single has an arrangement of that of a movie soundtrack. It incorporates the depth of her skills, the passion of her writing, the beauty of her voice and has a mesmerizing effect on anyone who has the privilege to experience her music.
The album will include such gems as a duet with tenor Franco Tenelli “I Can See a Lifetime”, an arrangement by classical composer Vania Angelova to the song “Time” and a popular with young audience piano ballad blending with house “Let The Rain Fall”.
Oasis is available at most digital storefronts and can be listen to and/or purchased at the following websites: