Day goes, day comes, and Apple continues to deepen its relationship with the world of music. The most recent announcement in this sense of a series of shows, called Apple Music Live, which the company held in the amphitheater of its beautiful Apple Piazza Liberty store in Milo (Italy)
The first Apple Music Live will happen next Thursday (28/3) and be directed by the singer Marco Mengoni, whose most recent album, "Atlantic", is currently featured on Apple Music. Other performances will take place over the coming months and the series will close in October with a presentation by pianist Ludovico Einaudi.
The cool part is that all performances will be recorded and later made available on Apple Music for users worldwide to enjoy. A good way to make up for the loss of the Apple Music Festival, I would say.
Apple Music Live presentations are free, but unlike events like Today at Apple, require interested people to pick up tickets on the Ma website to participate. This is the ticket page, which will be updated every time a new performance is scheduled.
How about expanding presentations to other locations, Apple? ?