Spotify for classical music lovers

I listen to mostly Classical music.  I’m new to the world of streaming and find it amazing that almost any classical recording extant is available in near CD quality sound with just a touch on a tablet.  Spotify seems to have it all for only a $5 or $6 fee a month without interruptions.
Anyone who hasn’t discovered this avalability should look into it.
 It’s truly fantastic.
I'm a Tidal subscriber, not Spotify (yet) and while Tidal has a nice selection of classical music, their search function is nearly worthless for it.  Classical has very different metadata requirements than pop, rock, etc, that search functions designed for 'album name' 'artist name' 'song name' don't really work well.  

There's also the issue of multiple recordings of the same pieces, which is a good thing, but as most Tidal albums lack professional reviews attached it's hard to tell the good recordings from the bad (and the date of recording is often woefully incorrect, sometimes listing when the recording became available on CD, not when it was recorded, or when it was last remastered).  
I use Qobus to stream and find it has a large and varied Classical section. It only gives wav or mp3 streams though , so no DSD or MQA but 24 / 192 downloads from it are superb and quite up to par with the sound quality on my CD player.
rvpiano, I've been paying ~$11 per month for Spotify Premium for years now.  What Spotify service only charges half of that?  Always on the lookout for a bargain  :-)
I have both Tidal and Spotify and if an album isn't MQA, it seems that the output is the same as Spotify-44K, at least according to my Ayre Codex.
I tried Quobuz, but it kept having problems with playback. It would play for a while, stop, and then start again at the beginning. It drove me nuts, and Quobuz customer service is practically nonexistant- 1 email per day telling me to close and reopen my account-which did nothing to rectify the problem. So, I dropped them.
I'm new to streaming and plan on trying Spotify over Tidal due to the better Classical selection and interface.

Has anybody tried Primephonic?