Elementary and Middle School Choruses Compete for $10,000

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Thanks to the show Glee!Music is cooler than ever. Now Apple&Eve Fruitables is searching for the best school music mash-up in America. The winning school chorus, choir, glee club, or vocal group will be awarded $10,000 and the title “Best School Music Mash-Up in America.” Now's the time to get your NYC school into the action to vie for the cash.

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A mash-up is the medley of two or more songs. Fruitables is looking to spotlight school choruses across the country that have also mastered the newly popular art form. Elementary and middle school choruses, grades K-8, are eligible to enter by submitting a video of their mash-up performance via the Fruitables Facebook fan page, along with a 100-word essay describing their school’s need for music program funding. Entries must be received no later than April 30, 2010 and can be submitted via Facebook at www.Facebook.com/AppleandEve. Plus, for each individual that logs onto Facebook.com/AppleandEve and becomes a fan of the brand, Fruitables will donate a dollar to strengthen the VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s efforts.

Beginning May 3, 2010, America will have the opportunity to view all of the finalists’ performances, chosen by an independent panel of judges, and vote for their favorite. The winning school will then be announced the week of May 17th.

For a complete set of contest rules and regulations, and additional information about “Seeding the Arts,” visit www.Facebook.com/AppleandEve.

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