The Coffee Music Project will be launching in New York City this September. Applications are now open and will close on Aug. 23.
The Coffee Music Project is a music competition showcasing the creativity and talents of emerging musicians while engaging a deep spirit of community among those who share a passion for music and coffee culture. One hundred percent of the profits support Project Waterfall in partnership with charity: water, bringing clean water and sanitation to coffee growing communities. After the successful launch of The Coffee Music Project in London 2015, the initiative will be brought to New York City.
"The Coffee Music Project is an excellent opportunity for emerging artists to showcase their musical talents while supporting a great cause. We are very pleased with the success of The Coffee Music Project launch in London this year, and we are looking forward to another incredible project in New York City," states Jeffrey Young, Founder of The Coffee Music Project.
Musicians at all levels can apply online by submitting a YouTube video performance. The top 32 contestants will be selected to perform during the qualifying rounds, which will take place on Sept. 20 and 21 in the heart of the East Village at Pianos NYC. From the qualifying rounds, eight contestants will be selected to go through to the finals, which will take place at the prestigious Webster Hall on Sept. 23.
The winner of the competition will receive a $1,500 prize, a professional recording session and a guaranteed headline slot to perform at The New York Coffee Festival. All eight finalists will also receive guaranteed slots to perform at The New York Coffee Festival, along with having one song featured on The Coffee Music Project NYC 2015 album.
Applications are now open and artists may apply via The Coffee Music Project website.
For more information and to apply, visit coffeemusicproject.com/apply.