PREMIERE: Morpheus Project & Mustafa Khetty Release New Classical Single Ahead of Hugely Anticipated Debut Album

Cry for Freedom is new single from Morpheus Project and Mustafa Khetty, theexpansive prog and classical project which has been wowing audiences across the musical spectrum and is the final track before the release of the hugely anticipated debut album, Mozaick, to be released in March. After his previous single, the explosive prog track, Nights to Remember, Cry for Freedom is a return to maestro Mustafa Khetty’s other great love, classical music and features some stunning virtuoso piano playing from Matias Chapiro; cello from Manuel Villar LifacArda Keremoğlu on guitar, Gustavo Eiriz on violin, keyboard/synthesizer and programming by Sebastian Fahey, and vocals from Zilan Küçükbalaban. The hugely emotional piece is written as a tribute to the Bosnian women and children who suffered the most during the conflict facing incredulous brutality, torment and loss of their loved ones.

Mustafa Khetty is a composer already making a name for himself both in the world of Prog and Classical music. With rave reviews from the likes of BBC IntroducingProg Magazine and Classic FM, Mustafa has rocketed onto the scene, even appearing live in interview on BBC News to talk about his amazing work.

With musical influences from as far afield as the Far East and South America, Mustafa’s new musical venture ‘Morpheus Project’,sees Mustafa at his most creative. Building a team of top musicians around him, Mustafa acts as a ‘Master of Ceremonies’ creating the complex and beautiful soundscapes in his mind with a wide array of instrumentation and no limitations.

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