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BBC Music Magazine becomes an Apple Music curator

BBC Music Magazine is the first classical music brand to become an Apple Music curator.

The BBC Music Magazine curator page on Apple Music will host exclusive classical music playlists focused around the magazine’s editorial content, from music by the featured Composer of the Month to recordings by artists featured in the magazine and selections from the best-reviewed recordings each issue. There will also be playlists themed around composers, artists and moods.

BBC Music Magazine will, on Apple Music, be a trusted guide for existing classic music listeners and those who wish to experience it for the first time, introducing them to the greatest and most beautiful classical masterpieces and the most inspiring and brilliant performers, say the publishers.

Oliver Condy, Editor of BBC Music Magazine: “We're delighted, as the world's biggest-selling classical music magazine, to be able to share our passion for classical music with Apple Music members. Our readers will discover a wealth of new music, and the magazine will gain a new audience.”

BBC Music Magazine’s launched on Apple Music on Wednesday 10 February with playlists of the finest Mozart masterworks, essential guitar music, a guide to Mendelssohn and its playlist of music by American composer John Adams.

Subscribers to Apple Music will be able to find and follow BBC Music Magazine in the ‘Curators’ section of Apple Music.