Music Legacy Project 2019
In the digital age, making music is pretty easy. However, making a LIVING doing music is more difficult than ever.

The Music Legacy Project is an opportunity for high school and college age students (16 – 22) to work directly with top notch industry professionals to learn about songwriting, publishing, recording, performing, marketing and distributing their music.

Successful applicants will:

- Undergo an assessment that will help them identify their area(s) of focus.
- Be paired with industry mentors that will help them set goals and execute a plan to achieve them.
- Receive a $250 stipend.
- Showcase their projects in May and compete for scholarships, awards and prizes. 

The Music Legacy Project is available to all types of musicians including instrumentalists, vocalists, songwriters, emcees, DJs, beat makers and producers.

MLP Director: Jonathan "Chaka" Mahone

Ages: 16 - 22
Online portfolio located on the website.
Weekly Private Instruction
Mandatory monthly workshops will take place on the following dates. Attendance at these classes is an absolute requirement for your participation in this year's program. All workshops take place on Saturdays. Please check your calendar. To be clear: you must be available for all these dates to participate!

February 16
March 23
April 20
May 25

DEADLINE EXTENDED: January 18, 2018.

Questions? Contact

This is a project of E4 Youth, a 501(c)(3) non-profit in Austin, TX that helps bridge the gap between creative youth and creative careers. It is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

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