Here’s an invitation to join the All Things Strings online community. By establishing your profile on the All Things Strings Community, you’ll enjoy many benefits, both personal and professional. If you are a string player yourself, here’s a new opportunity to discuss stringed instruments and string music, as well as share your video, audio, and photos with thousands of fellow community members, as well as listen to (and rate) the posts of others.
As a string trade professional, you’ll find dozens of new ways to highlight and promote your business. You can join dozens of special interest groups, ranging from Violinists and Cellists to Adult Beginners, The Business of Music, and Chamber Music. (Of course, you can start your own groups, too.)
Are you hosting an event? Post it on our Community calendar. Need to say something really important? Write your own All Things Strings Community blog. Looking for a quick answer? Try the live chat.
Not only are these features very easy to use, they’re free! So here’s an invitation to sign up today and start making the most of them.
For more than twenty years, my colleagues and I at Strings magazine and allthingsstrings.com have been helping to connect string players with string trade professionals like you.
By doing our job of honoring, recognizing, and feeding the musical, technical, and professional aspirations of string players of all ages, musical interests, and levels of ability, we’re also constantly creating valuable marketing opportunities for the string trade.
Now we’ve launched the All Things Strings Community, our unique online social networking service where you can instantly connect with string players and colleagues in the trade, whether they are around the corner or around the world – David A. Lusterman, Publisher All Things Strings Community.