Alberta PEAK Performance Project

TRF LMATFOFTwo artists recently featured on The Antidote, The Royal Foundry, and Lauren Mann & The Fairly Odd Folk have both been chosen to participate in the prestigious Alberta’s PEAK Performance Project.

The PEAK Performance Project is a seven-year, $4.9 million contest open to all musicians in Alberta. The program will be run by Calgary’s 95.3 The PEAK and Alberta Music with the goal of developing Alberta based emerging artists and preparing them to take on the world. The project, which was originally created in Vancouver by 102.7 The PEAK and Music BC, has been tremendously successful, helping to launch the careers of many fine BC bands.

Every year, twelve finalists from Alberta will receive an intensive, one week, training program in the music business, live performance, songwriting, marketing and promotion. Artists will benefit from mentorships from some of the music industry’s top professionals and performers. Each of the finalists receives a base camp award of $5000 to spend towards career development! All of these artists will have the chance to perform live in Calgary as part of the PEAK Performance Project Concert Series.

Of these twelve artists, three will receive cash prizes towards career development, with the top 3 performing live at the PEAK Performance Project Finale. Follow the what’s happening

First Place $100,953.00;

Second Place $75,000;

Third Place $50,000;

Listen to The Antidote episodes featuring each of these artists by clicking here:

The Royal Foundry

Lauren Mann & The Fairly Odd Folk

 

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