D'Addario String Raffle

The Axiom Quartet, in collaboration with Sam’s Strings and D’Adarrio, are excited to announce a FREE to enter raffle for complete sets of strings as part of promoting Axiom Quartet's upcoming 7th season kickoff concert "Black, Death, and Metal".  Be sure to enter for a chance to win prizes including: complete sets of D'Addario Kaplan Strings for Violin, Viola and Cello, season tickets to Axiom Quartet's "High Contrast" at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, as well as a chance to have Axiom Quartet member give a FREE coaching at your school!

 

All you have to do to is post Axiom’s “Black, Death, and Metal” concert poster in your orchestra room and post a picture of the posted poster on Facebook. Please tag @Axiom Quartet in the FB post so that we know you have posted the picture. Posters are available for download HERE.

 

Here are the prizes:

 

Grand Creative Champion Prize

1 winner will be chosen by the members of The Axiom Quartet based on the most creative posting of the Axiom poster on Facebook. You could add a guest Tyrannosaurus Rex in the photo. You could have your orchestra playing devastatingly awesome music in the background as you add the poster to your wall for dramatic effect. Let your imagination go wild and be sure to have fun! This prize winner will receive a complete set of Kaplan “Amo” Violin, Viola, and Cello Strings. In addition, the school will receive 4 season tickets to Axiom Quartet’s absolutely awesome "High Contrast" 2018-19 Concert Season at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church. Finally, a member of the Axiom Quartet will visit the school for a free 1 hour coaching of the orchestra.

  

Free Strings For Just Posting a Picture on Facebook Prize

4 random drawing winners will receive a complete set of Kaplan “Amo” Violin, Viola, and Cello Strings.

 

Important Deadline:

 

The deadline to submit your poster posting on Facebook is 12:00 PM October 19, 2018.  

 

We will be holding the raffle on Facebook Live on October 20th at 1:00 PM.  We will also be previewing our “Black, Death, and Metal” Concert shortly after the drawing.