91.3 WYEP is accepting applications from area teen musicians to participate in the 2016-17 Reimagination Recording Project. Now in its fourth year, the Reimagination Recording Project partners teen musicians with professional mentors to record and produce their own original music. Since 2013, the program has engaged with more than 70 area teen musicians, including Urban Pathways Sounds of Steel, Center of Life Youth Jazz Combo, Mt. Lebanon recording artist Daya and many more.
Record your original music
in The Church Recording Studio, with an acclaimed professional sound engineer.
Work one-on-one with a local professional music producer to craft your music and get ready for the recording process.
Have your music included on WYEP's Reimagination, Volume 4, slated for release in April 2017 with promotion by WYEP on the air, online and via social media.
Attend workshops taught by faculty from Point Park University Sports, Arts & Entertainment Management program on topics such as songwriting, touring and business management.
Perform at local events such as Three Rivers Arts Festival and WYEP's Summer Music Festival.
Applications will be accepted starting Friday, August 26, until midnight October 7, 2016.
Here is what you need to know
The song you perform must be your own original music.
You must be 18 years old or younger and currently enrolled in high school or junior high school.
You must be available for all sessions, able to meet all deadlines and be ready to commit the time needed to participate.
For questions and comments please contact WYEP Director of Education and Community Engagement, Matthew Spangler at email@example.com.