It is generally busier than this forum, but does not replace it. On facebook I find that last week's news is generally pretty difficult to find. A forum is better for long-term reference and for ongoing discussions.
Please take a look. It is a public group, which I think means that anyone can view posts, but only members can post or comment. Membership requests need to be approved. If the admin (i.e. me) doesn't respond within a day or two then please give me a nudge here.
Please keep these guidelines in mind in the facebook group
Top ten guidelines for posting in this group. 1. Only post content relating to classical crossover music. 2. Post in English and keep your language clean and simple. Remember that English is not the first language for many members. 3. Avoid repetition. If you have some hot news to share, check if somebody has already beaten you to it before blasting it on to every group and page you know. 4. Avoid sharing posts from personal timelines. Facebook privacy settings may prevent the majority of members seeing it. 5. If you post a video, you are likely to get a better response if you explain why people should watch it. 6. This group is for the whole classical crossover genre. Don’t swamp the group with multiple posts about a single artist or event. 7. Be respectful of other members’ views. 8. Inappropriate posts, including adverts for goods and services (unless directly related to CC) will be removed and are likely to result in an immediate permanent ban. 9. These are guidelines, not rules. Use common sense in interpreting them. 10. ENJOY THE MUSIC
So your saying it's not a conflict of interest ? I just got approved in 10 seconds by Hamasake ?
I am saying this with the utmost respect for Hamasake.
Hama means shore. Sake is Japanese clear liquor distilled from rice.
If John is right about may be Hamasake likes U, Skyhawk, is she sending U a subliminal message for a drink by the Japanese shore in the twilight, or the Twilight Zone for that matter? Japan, Land of the Rising Sun, is about 10,000 miles from the 'Burg, give or take, so is India for your rendezvous with White Swan . U gonna log in some serious frequent flyer mileage on your wings. What's your read on this, Men-Ta-List ? The enquiring mind wants to know.