Apple has announced the launch of its latest app, Apple Music Classical, aimed at classical music enthusiasts worldwide. The app will be available for download on March 28, and existing Apple Music subscribers can access the service at no extra cost.
The app boasts the world’s largest classical music catalog, featuring over 5 million tracks, including works from new releases to celebrated masterpieces. With optimized search functionality, listeners can easily find any recording in the catalog. Moreover, the app offers the highest audio quality with immersive spatial audio, up to 192 kHz/24 bit Hi-Res Lossless, providing an ultimate classical experience.
Apple Music Classical allows users to search for specific recordings by composer, work, conductor, or catalog number, and provides complete and accurate metadata to ensure listeners know precisely what work and artist is playing. The app also includes thousands of exclusive albums, editorial notes with composer biographies, descriptions of key works, and much more.
“Apple Music Classical is the ultimate classical experience with hundreds of curated playlists, deep-dive guides for many key works, and intuitive browsing features, making it quick and easy for classical music lovers to explore and discover their favorite music,” said an Apple spokesperson.