At the finale concert at the Commodore Ballroom on November 22, 2012, 102.7 The PEAK FM and Music BC crowned the top three artists in the fourth year of the PEAK Performance Project.
Taking home top honours and $102,700 in the music competition was husband-wife electro-pop duo Dear Rouge. In second place, with $75,000 prize money to spend towards his musical career, was indie-folk phenomenon Jordan Klassen, and rounding out the ranks in third place was pop crooner Dominique Fricot, who walked away with $50,000.
The PEAK Performance Project is a seven-year, 5.2 million dollar artist development program aimed at both educating artists and funding independent music in BC. The competition evaluates a yearly crop of 20 musical acts based on career planning, live performance, online fan voting and a weeklong boot camp held in Princeton, BC in August.
For more information visit www.peakperformanceproject.com.