Join Gil R. Navarro and Friends as they share what they have learned about being a DJ. Anyone who has made a music playlist knows well the joy in carefully choosing and putting together a selection of music for someone. Multiply that joy by one hundred or a few thousand, and it’s easy to see why being a DJ is a desirable job for anyone who loves music and who loves sharing it with others. To get paid to spin the tunes, you’ve got to have a true passion and commitment to the job.
There will be time for hands-on practice with some of the equipment as well as a chance to ask your questions from experienced professionals in the field.
“So You Want to Be a DJ?” is free and open to the public, and will be held at the Carnegie Center, located at 329 W. 10th St. in Lorain. Register for one or more Hispanic Heritage events by calling (440) 245-2563 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.