Music Educators—we applaud you! In appreciation of the important work you do, WSHU Public Radio would like to say “thank you” with a very special drawing open to all elementary, middle, and high school music teachers.
The Grand Prize: One lucky winner is going to be treated to an exclusive one-hour themed presentation at their school featuring cast members* from Les Misérables. Students will hear some of the show’s most memorable songs, have the chance to ask cast members questions, and maybe even learn a song or two. The Grand Prize also includes 16 tickets to see the musical on Broadway.
Other Prizes: There will also be prizes for lucky teachers from other schools—40 teachers will each receive a pair of tickets to the Broadway show, and 30 other teachers will receive the Broadway cast recording on CD.
Based on Victor Hugo’s classic novel, Les Misérables is an epic and uplifting story about the survival of the human spirit, a tale of heartbreak, passion and resiliency set against the backdrop of 19th century France. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the terrific, newly-reimagined production is once again capturing audience and critics’ hearts. The New York Times calls it, “Thrilling, Spectacular and Unforgettable.”
How to enter the drawing:
While we at WSHU are dedicated to broadcasting quality music, we’re also interested in rewarding the important work you do in music education. So, if you’re an elementary, middle or high school music educator, we invite you to enter our drawing.
- Entries must be received by April 30, 2015.
- Drawing open to elementary, middle and high school music educators only.
- Only one entry per school.
- Online entries only.
- Tickets are non-exchangeable.
- Tickets will be mailed to the winners after May 15. Please provide a mailing address where you would like tickets or CD mailed to.
- There is no cost to enter.
- This is a random drawing, and the decision of WSHU is final.
- Employees of WSHU are ineligible.
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