Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Free Stuff for Creative Students

If you're reading our blog right now you must be a) a high school student and b) interested in Fordham and thus, New York City. If this is you, and you're a musician, and you like free tickets to see amazing Broadway performances, listen up.
Here's the deal: WFUV (the NPR-affiliate radio station on the Rose Hill Campus) is pairing with the musical Memphis (a fabulous Broadway show featuring recent Fordham grads Ephraim Sykes, FCLC ’07) and Vivian Nixon, FCLC ’06) to give young musicians a chance to showcase their talents and experience a Broadway show.

They're inviting high school vocal and instrumental groups (you!) to submit a short video performing a song that captures the rich musical heritage of Memphis, Tennessee. The winning group will receive a block of tickets to see 'Memphis' on Wednesday, January 26th at The Shubert Theatre, 225 W. 44th Street in NYC.
Sound cool? Learn more here

1 comment:

  1. how come this is just limited to creative students? shouldnt all people have the opportunity to get free broadway tickets? i know i certainly would like to go but i am not that creative so i guess i should just stick to getting my free student stuff from other websites and not this one.