Paris, 20th November 2020 – Qobuz, the leading platform for streaming and downloading high-quality music, is launching “Black Friday Week”. For 10 days, subscribers will enjoy exceptional discounts of up to 80% on a wide selection of albums.
During this end-of-year holiday season, Qobuz brings together music lovers who wish to benefit from exclusive musical gifts around three events:
- Black Friday Week: from 20th to 26th November
- Black Friday Weekend: from 27th to 29th November
- Cyber Monday: 30th November
These ten days of exceptional promotions will see Qobuz offer its subscribers up to 80% reduction on a selection of more than 2,000 albums from its catalogue, in all musical genres, and in 24-bit Hi-Res quality and 16-bit CD quality.
On offer are selections such as Classical with Oscar Peterson, Jazz with Daniel Humair, World Music with Papa Wemba, Electro with The Blaze, Blues with Popa Chubby, Soundtracks from films with Christophe Rousset, and even Pop with Charlotte Gainsbourg.
For more information, visit: Black Friday Week
And that’s not all – what could be better than a selection of 10 hand-picked albums to get you through this winter period? Qobuz is also offering its subscribers the opportunity to download 10 albums for free from its BD Music catalogue.
From now until 15th December 2020, Qobuz offers the download of anthology albums free of charge in CD quality (16-bit/44.1kHz). From Nina Simone to Ella Fitzgerald, including Frank Sinatra and Jazz classics, the Qobuz editorial team has selected each album in order to offer a varied and quality choice.
Qobuz’s selection will delight audiophiles wishing to enjoy an authentic musical experience this holiday season.
For more information on the 10 free albums, visit: Winter Music Gifts
Founded in 2007, a pioneer in high quality sound, Qobuz is the French music streaming and download service that meets the needs of demanding music lovers and audiophiles. Available in 12 countries around the world, in Europe and the United States, Qobuz offers an exceptional range of exclusive editorial content written by a team of experts. With its catalogue of more than 60 million titles, Qobuz also has the richest choice of high-resolution (hi-res) references on the market.
For more information: www.qobuz.com