Music Madness 2013 – Submissions

SUNY Music Madness

We illuminate your artistic musical talent across the 64-campus SUNY system beginning November 18.

Music Madness is an exciting way for SUNY students’ original music and talent to gain exposure to the nearly half-million SUNY students and 3 million alumni, among the general public. The SUNY Blog has hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world every single semester and SUNY on Facebook reaches millions every year — elevating students’ diverse and deep impact stemming from each of the 64 SUNY campuses.

Here’s the rundown:

  • Submissions are due by November 13.
  • All of your music has to be completely original.
  • If you’re entering the contest as more than one person (band, duet, chorus), then the entire entry must consist of at least 50% enrolled SUNY students for this fall semester.
  • We’ll run 3 rounds of open voting (>>HERE<<), with those who receive the most votes moving on to the next round. The entry with the most votes in the Final Round is crowned SUNY Music Madness 2013 Champion!
  • Oh, and play nice. Here’s our Social Media Policy. And the other terms are below.

Here’s the schedule:

Round 1: Monday, November 18 12:00 p.m. – Sunday, November 24  8:00 p.m.
Round 2 – Semifinal: Tuesday, November 26 12:00 p.m. – Friday, December 6 11:00 p.m.
Round 3 – Final: Tuesday, December 10 12:00 p.m. – Wednesday, December 18 12:00 a.m.

Terms:

 

Upon submission of a Video, Entrant and any other persons participating in the Video irrevocably agree to the Official Rules and SUNY’s use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the Video in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions, audiotapes and any other social media (including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube). Entrant further warrants that the Video is original and does not infringe the intellectual property, privacy, ownership or any other legal rights of any third party and complies with all local, state, and federal law. Submissions that do not comply in all material respects with the Official Rules or that otherwise contain inappropriate content, as determined by SUNY, will be disqualified from the competition at SUNY’s sole discretion. Inappropriate content includes, but is not limited to: profanity, words or phrases that would be in violation of F.C.C. policies on broadcast; words, phrases or imagery that demeans or ridicules any individual on the basis of membership in a protected class (such as race, disability, or ethnicity; or any misogynistic or violent words or behavior). The competition is governed by New York State law without regard to conflict of law provisions.