Companies that sponsor the Made In New York Jazz Competition receive a great deal of exposure to a relevant audience.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 20, 2015
The Made in New York Jazz Competition shows no signs of slowing down in the second running; Made In New York has is the most-searched jazz competition on Google. As the world's first online jazz competition, Made In New York now boasts over 22,000 registered users coming from 44 different countries. Videos uploaded by participants have been viewed over 1.9 million times. On the basis of these statistics, the Made In New York Jazz Competition is a great opportunity for which performers, jazz fans and businesses can get involved to promote and participate in the music community. "It is absolutely mind blowing news! I think it could lead to life changing opportunities for our participants and brands that support the competition!" says Misha Brovkin founder of Made In New York Jazz Competition.
Artists looking to make a footprint in the world of jazz should look to the Made In New York Jazz Competition to increase their visibility and exposure to a worldwide audience of jazz fans. The list of Made In New York organizers, judges and participants of the past includes world-class jazz artists and notable industry folk. The Made In New York Jazz Competition is an opportunity for a young jazz musician to jump start a career in music.
Many artists who participated in the first Made In New York Jazz Competition have seen a surge in popularity. The result of the Made In New York exposure for some artists are schedules fully-booked with performance dates. While the contest is headquartered in New York, it takes place online, accessible to the whole world. The Made In New York competition ranks number one on Google for jazz competitions - out of over 53 million results.
With over 22,000 users, 1.9 million video views and 44 different countries being represented, the Made In New York Jazz Competition is a brand musicians and businesses alike may wish to identify with. Musicians who do well in the competition get the opportunity to travel to New York City, where they can meet other contestants invited to the gala event to cap off the contest. Further, contestants who make it to the final Jazz Gala will get to meet and work with jazz legends and notable industry people.
The Made In New York Jazz Competition is an opportunity that young jazz musicians shouldn't miss, but beyond that, Made In New York is an opportunity to put the names of businesses, as supporters of jazz, the arts and young musicians, in front of a worldwide audience. Businesses that sponsor the Made In New York Jazz Competition can enjoy reaching an audience of young musicians looking to make a career, as well as being affiliated with the number one jazz competition on Google.
Companies that sponsor the Made In New York Jazz Competition receive a great deal of exposure to a relevant audience. When jazz fans and musicians find the jazz competition online through Google, or any other channels, then they also find the brands of the companies that sponsor the competition.
In 2014, the Made In New York Jazz Festival capped off with the Made In New York Jazz Gala at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center in Manhattan, and featured the best of the contestants sharing the stage with jazz legends. The thousand seats space was fully sold, and the crowd was electric that night. Entrants and sponsors for the 2014 Made In New York Jazz Competition should look forward to a similar event to culminate this year's contest.
About the Made In New York Jazz Competition
The Made in New York Jazz Competition enters its third year in 2015. Featuring a worldwide audience of jazz fans, as well as a slate of musicians from dozens of countries, the Made In New York Jazz competition made its mark on the Internet as the first-ever online jazz contest. Now, Made In New York is the most popular jazz competition on Google - out of 53 million results. With over 1.9 million video views, Made In New York has 22,000 registered jazz musicians and fans, and that number is constantly growing.