As stated in our previous post, the online application process will open Monday March 14th and will run until Friday April 29th, 2011. Following an adjudication process, the 2011 PEAK Performance Project Top 20 will be announced live on air on Monday May 30th, 2011 on 100.5 The PEAK (you can tune in on your radio, or listen live 24/7 at ThePEAK.fm).
In addition, this year the PEAK Top 20 will perform a Showcase at the Surrey Canada Day this year, July 1st, 2011, and Boot Camp is officially scheduled for August 26th—September 2nd, 2011. Stay tuned as we release more details!
It is almost that time again – time to apply for the 2011 PEAK Performance Project, for your chance to win $105,000 towards artist development and take your musical career to the next level!
The online application process will be open from March 14th – April 29th, 2011. We will be announcing more information on eligibility, guidelines, important dates and more shortly, so stay tuned for the details.
We’re proud to announce that 2 of our top 5 artists from 2010 are now 2011 JUNO Nominees!
SAID THE WHALE, who placed second in the 2010 edition of the PEAK Performance Project and won $75,000 towards career development, has been nominated for New Group of the Year (Sponsored by FACTOR and Radio Starmaker Fund)
GREG SCZEBEL‘s album Love & the Lack Thereof is nominated for Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year. Greg was awarded 4th place and $10,00o in artist development funding.
The PEAK Performance Project is proud to be supporting the careers of these, and all our wonderful artists, and look forward to assisting even more BC artists reach their peak performance!
Said the Whale perform the song they used in their Viral Campaign “We Are the PEAK” as they invite PEAK Top 20 both past and present to share the PEAK love onstage of the PEAK Performance Project Finale concert at the fabulous Commodore Ballroom on November 18th, 2010.
Congratulations to Kyprios, our PEAK Summit Award winner for 2010!
On Thursday, Nov 18th at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, Kyprios was named the first place artist, taking home 100.5 thousand dollars ($100,500). Said the Whale placed second, with a prize of $75,000, and Vince Vaccaro was awarded $50,000 for third place.
The top 3 put on an incredible show for the sold out Commodore crowd, featuring cameos from fellow PEAK Performance Project top 20 artists.