Being awarded your first role as a Disc Jockey, getting into a DJ competition, performing as a Dic Jockey at some local club may be among your ambitions why you want to be enrolling in a DJ school. Training schools for DJ’s are quite varied in the programs taught. Most DJ schools teach skills such as mixing music, scratching, mixing beat styles and disc juggling among others. Disc Jockey schools as you would imagine are pretty popular with younger people and Disc Jockeys who want to develop their skills. You can learn a lot from these training schools although it can also involve additional costs that you need to set aside for this training program. The most exciting bit is that the training only takes three months,then you are ready to go!.
Entertainment Highlights: From San Francisco To The Barbary Coast
Guest Artist Adam Theis conducts students in the horn section of the Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble during a rehearsal for Saturday's performance at Dartmouth in Hanover, N.H., on Oct. 22, 2013.