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GMN Launches Exclusive Daily Webcast Schedule
Global Music Network (, now offers, daily, the unique opportunity to experience the finest performances by leading musicians from around the globe, webcast exclusively on By streaming a different webcast every day, GMN offers visitors a superb choice of the best in classical and jazz music, from Valery Gergiev in St Petersburg to Dave Brubeck in New York, on demand and completely free of charge.

Visitors to GMN can explore their favourite classical music every day, through a vast range of repertoire from different genres, performers and periods. For example, throughout May, each week will offer exclusive webcasts of performances by leading conductors Sir Roger Norrington and Sir Charles Mackerras plus opera, such as Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk conducted by Valery Gergiev. There are also exclusive recordings from the finest Russian singers of today and webcasts performed by GMN’s Family of Artists such as Lynn Harrell, Peter Donohoe, David Goode, Simon Preston, The Wallace Collection and the Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge plus many more.

GMN also offers exclusive jazz webcasts daily, including sessions by such jazz greats as the father of jazz trombone JJ Johnson, the master drummer Roy Haynes and jazz icon Dave Brubeck. Please see attached listings for details of the current webcast schedule. All GMN webcasts are streamed exclusively from our servers over the Internet. All you need to enjoy both audio and visual webcasts is Windows Media Player or RealPlayer, which if you do not already have can be downloaded free of charge on the GMN site - simply click on the help button and follow the easy to use instructions or go straight to

About Global Music Network, the leading Internet destination for jazz, opera and classical music, uniquely combines a market place and a performing arts space offering the highest-quality music available to a worldwide audience on-line. Yahoo Internet Life Magazine named one of the 100 Best Sites for the year 2000. By bringing together its family of respected artists and the latest communications technology, provides exclusive live webcasts, video interviews, lectures, and recitals, plus a wide array of related text and video on demand. GMN’s Shop, with over 300,000 selections on disc, enables viewers to preview entire tracks and complete performances of featured titles.

Committed to high quality audio and video, and the broadest dissemination of its artists and content, has also forged relationships with other leading technology players, including Apple (Nasdaq:AAPL), Intel (Nasdaq:INTC), Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT), RealNetworks (Nasaq:RNWK), and InterVu (Nasdaq:ITVU), Akamai (Nasdaq:AKAM) and Loud Eye (Nasdaq:LOUD).

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Global Music Network (, offers, daily, the unique opportunity to experience the finest performances by leading musicians from around the globe, webcast exclusively on Read More
Thu May 25 2000

Time Magazine: Online music - Tune in to
Opera star Plácido Domingo wil announce this week in New York that he wil releae new music over the Net for Global Music Network (, 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 presents first ever live opera production on the World Wide Web 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 (, 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

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