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92Y Video: 92Y Brings Music Back to NYC Public Schools - VOTE TODAY!

Did you know that 92Y brings music to over 3,200 public school students every year? During October, 92Y is competing in the PepsiRefresh Project to win $50,000. This money will help us bring professional artists into over 25 public schools and then over 3,200 students back to 92Y for concerts by world-class musicians. Without 92Y, most of our partner schools would not be able to teach music and most of our students would not discover the joy of music.

Vote today and every day between now and October 31 and share this with your friends. Your votes will help 92Y bring music back to NYC schools.

You can learn more about 92Y’s commitment to the arts here.


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