Young Asian Performaners to Compete at Kollaboration Boston’s Second Annual Show

Kollaboration Boston is proud to present the city’s second Asian American talent show competition featuring its final contestants, who will compete for $1,000 prize during its inaugural event on Saturday, April 21, 2012. As a continuous celebration of Asian American talent, Kollaboration Boston is honored to once again seek to inspire Asian Americans in their pursuit of talent in development in the arts.

PK, founder and executive director of Kollaboration said, “Kollaboration’s underlying mission is Empowerment Through Entertainment. Artistic expression through entertainment is one of the most powerful forces on earth and one of the greatest ways we can build our community, and understand both ourselves and other communities in a healthy, positive way.”

The April 21 show will be taken place at the John Hancock Hall, located at 180 Berkeley Street Boston, MA 02116. Our team of passionate, young professionals and students from Boston College, Boston University, Harvard, Northeastern, MIT, Wellesley, Suffolk, and has come together to once again to gain exposure of the Asian American entertainment industry.

The Kollaboration Boston 2 talent show will feature its seven local talents CONcept Artists, UPRising, Fusion, Justin Chiou, K-Soul, Andy Kim, and Yui Mugino will compete with their vocal, instrumental, and dance talents for the winning title and the $1,000 grand prize.

With a mission of Empowerment through Entertainment, Kollaboration Boston has mobilized the Asian American community since its November 2010 launch and will continue to do so through its second show in Boston on April 21, 2012 at John Hancock Hall located at 180 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116. Kollaboration Boston is part of a national movement headquartered in LA that seeks to bring Asian American talent into mainstream media and thereby raise awareness of Asian American issues. The Kollaboration movement has caught fire in 11 different cities: Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta, Washington DC, New York City, Tulsa, Houston, Columbus, San Francisco, Toronto, with shows selling out year after year. Boston is the 12th city to join the national Kollaboration movement.