O Apple Music continues with its quest to bring interesting / exclusive content to fans of the most diverse musical genres, and the latest request from the platform of streaming should appeal primarily to fans of the synthpop and the music more pulled to the experimental side.
The service will organize, on Thursday of next week (9/13), a special show by the French singer and songwriter Christine and the Queens, considered one of the rising names in the universe of experimental pop /indie. The presentation will take place in Paris, at the Salle Pleyel concert hall, and tickets can be obtained on this page (in English or French).
Fire et excite de pouvoir vous prsenterChris en concert avec @AppleMusic! Join me in Paris for an exclusive performance and a special screening of @applemusic presents: Chris.Pour attend au concert / Apply for free tickets here: https: //t.co / VaPObTRMqK pic.twitter/xxXkRDrhqT
– Christine and the queens (@QueensChristine) September 4, 2018
Proud and excited to present “Chris” in concert with @AppleMusic! Join me in Paris for a performance and a special exhibition of “Apple Music Presents: Chris”. To watch the show / apply for free tickets here: http://www.ampresentschris
At the end of the presentation, the documentary will be shown to those present “Apple Music Presents: Chris”, a film about the process of creating the new album by the musician, also entitled “Chris” and reaching stores and music platforms streaming on 9/21. Before that, on 9/14, Apple Music will receive exclusively both the documentary and the record of the concert held the previous day.
Thus defined the event by the words of Apple:
Join Christine and the Queens and Apple Music for a special performance of the songs from the upcoming album Chris, and a special screening of the Apple Music film of the same name that takes a look at the title character who inspired it all.
Chris is an intimate demonstration of the creative process of the intrepid French singer / songwriter / producer as she writes and records the songs from her next album, a bold exploration of herself and of sexuality, identity and perception.
As much as the action is above all promotional, it is still great to see Apple continuing to sponsor musical events in the “real world” even after the death of the Apple Music / iTunes Festival and, if your schedule does not allow you to be in Paris in the coming days, at least the film and the show can satisfy you, which is also cool.