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www.live-at.com: Site Of The Week: GMN.com
GMN.com (Global Music Network) is the leading Internet destination for classical, opera, jazz, and related music. The site offers great music, related products, exclusive live performances, video interviews, lectures, recitals, and more. GMN`s family of leading artists will help make your visit to the site more enjoyable - these performers will act as your navigators, facilitators, and educators, creating a special bond with you -- the audience.
GMN wants to create a whole new experience for you and hopes to change the way you experience music. They provide unique multimedia programming that combines music with education. You can listen to music, watch videos and read about the pieces you are listening to. Through these efforts, GMN aims to re-energize the classical and jazz music industries. Now let`s take a closer look at what you can find on the site:
Classical music and Jazz - these sections contain more than just great music. You`ll find information about the artists, composers, venues, events, features, contests, schedules, and more.
Live Events - GMN.com offers live audio and video webcasts from top artists, including Andrea Bocelli, Denyce Graves, and the Dave Brubeck Quartet.
Downloads - each week GMN features new MP3 audio tracks specially selected, recorded, and made available to you as free downloads -- includes both classical music and jazz.
Quick Music Search - a great tool that will help you find recordings by artist, venue, or event. Just click on the `Listen` link from the home page and all this is available in easy to use drop-down menus.
Radio - GMN has made it easier for you to find your favorite Classical and Jazz music programs on GMN.com Radio.
For the ultimate music experience, be sure to visit GMN.com - and remember to explore the site, listen, watch, and learn.
|GMN.COM EXCLUSIVE DAILY WEBCAST SCHEDULE CLASSICAL MUSIC - JUNE 2000|
Global Music Network (www.gmn.com), offers, daily, the unique opportunity to experience the finest performances by leading musicians from around the globe, webcast exclusively on GMN.com. Read More
Thu May 25 2000
Time Magazine: Online music - Tune in to Tenor.com
Opera star Plácido Domingo wil announce this week in New York that he wil releae new music over the Net for Global Music Network (www.gmn.com), a Web portal specializing in classical music, opera and jazz. Domingo will become a member of GMN`s board of di Read More
Mon Oct 4 1999
The Daily Telegraph: Domingo steps into cyberspace
Placido Domingo thinks the future of music lies with the Internet. Norman Lebrecht reports Read More
Wed Sep 29 1999
Classic FM (monthly) - Music à la modem
The way we buy music could be about to change dramatically thanks to the Internet. Stephen Pettitt looks at two new ‘MP3’ technology offers us music by phone – and for free Read More
Wed Sep 15 1999
Hong Kong Standard: `Classic Sounds`
Hong Kong Philharmonic maestro David Atherton told me in an interview recently that the big difference between computers and music was that computers were not infinite, while music is. Read More
Sat Jun 26 1999
GMN.com presents first ever live opera production on the World Wide Web
GMN.com partners with INTERVU, Microsoft, and Real Networks to produce and distribute seven performances live from Kirov Opera Read More
Tue Jun 22 1999
San Diego Union Tribune: Magic mix: classical music and the Internet
What do you get when you cross a classical music conductor with a high-tech entrepreneur? A classic Internet business where centuries old music meets today`s technology. Read More
Wed Apr 21 1999
LONDON, April 15, 1999 — Global Music Network (www.gmn.com), the most-recognized destination for classical music on the World Wide Web, announced today that it has secured prominent position within Microsoft’s Web Events site.
The easy way to experience classical music on the net Read More
Thu Apr 15 1999
Classical Music (monthly): `Global Warming'
Despite the wonders of the Internet, the question of protecting musicians’ rights has always been a thorny one. But now, thanks to a deal struck up with the MU, Global Music Network is set to go online. Roger Watkins reports: Read More
Sat Sep 12 1998