Latest Apple Music Classical concert sold out already
Another Apple Music Classical celebration concert is being held, this time at Apple Tower Theatre in LA on April 30, but tickets have already sold out.
Apple Music Classical was a long-awaited product that finally launched on March 28 aimed at classical music fans. In celebration, Apple has held limited concerts at iconic Apple Stores, the first at Fifth Avenue.
The new concert will be performed by the Orchid Quartet over about 65 minutes. It is a concert meant to tie classical music to modern, progressing from Vivaldi through Hans Zimmer and even Lizzo.
- The Four Seasons, Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 8 No. 1 RV 269: “Spring”, I. Allegro – Antonio Vivaldi
- Serenade No. 13 in G Major, K. 525 Eine Kleine Nachtmusik: I. Allegro – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Meditation from Thais – Jules Massenet
- Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prelude – Johann Sebastian Bach
- Eleanor Rigby – The Beatles
- Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
- Theme from Game of Thrones – Ramin Djawadi
- Time from Inception – Hans Zimmer
- Theme from Back to the Future – Alan Silvestri
- Say My Name – Destiny’s Child
- Anti-Hero – Taylor Swift
- About Damn Time – Lizzo
- Swan Lake, Op. 20, Act IV: No. 29, Finale – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
We dove into Apple Music Classical and managed to create a simple playlist of the listed songs. While we couldn’t find modern classical covers of Taylor Swift or Destiny’s Child, the rest was reasonably easy to surface.
Apple Music Classical is a free app on the App Store, but it requires an active Apple Music subscription to work. Customers can subscribe to Apple Music for $10.99 per month or as part of any tier of Apple One.