Apple Music’s Classical celebration continues as tickets for the upcoming concert at the Apple Tower Theater in Los Angeles have already sold out. The event is set to take place on April 30th and will feature the Orchid Quartet, performing a 65-minute concert aimed at bridging classical music with modern hits, ranging from Antonio Vivaldi to Lizzo.

The first limited concerts were held in iconic Apple Stores around the world, following the highly anticipated release of Apple Music Classical on March 28th. The previous celebration took place on Fifth Avenue in New York City.

The announcement for the sold-out concert was first shared by a reader on 9to5Mac named Jonathan, who discovered the event on Fever. Those who managed to secure a ticket can gain access using the code “6327”.

Apple Music Classical, a free app available on the App Store, has since created a playlist of the songs to be performed at the concert. Although modern classic covers of Taylor Swift and Destiny’s Child were not found, the rest of the playlist is easily accessible to subscribers of the app.

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To access the app, customers must have an active Apple Music subscription, which is priced at $10.99 per month or as part of any Apple One tier. With the success of these limited concerts, fans of classical music can look forward to more exciting events from Apple Music Classical in the future.


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