LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – UNL sophomore Sydney Peters is majoring in emerging media arts and is now using her passion for enjoyment to the future level.
She’s established a are living, on the net music competition known as Citrusfest.
The festival will showcase a dozen undiscovered artists from across the country, ranging from genres like country, pop and gospel to soul, R&B and hip-hop.
Just after performing in entrance of an online audience, these artists will have the probability to listen to feed-back from recording executives and music producers.
Peters says it was tough work putting Citrusfest all jointly, but she’s enthusiastic to see it occur to daily life.
“I discovered that there are a lot of artists out there that are really talented but do not genuinely get the publicity that quite a few other artists get. So, I thought of this concept to have a competition with these unsigned artists to get publicity in entrance of tunes executives to aid progress in their career.”
Far more than 200 online video applications were being sent in by artists. Peters tells us without aid from her staff, including family members and friends, she wouldn’t have been ready to put Citrusfest alongside one another.
“You never know. One particular of these artists could be the next Beyoncé, and you’d be there for their very first efficiency.”
Citrusfest will be reside streamed on Tuesday, January 26, 2020 at 7 p.m. To test it out, click Below.
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