I am a classical musician of over 20 years gone Nightlife and Event DJ.
Growing up I had dreams of teaching my love of music and performing.
I attended Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University for Music Education and Music Performance. Though I had wonderful opportunities and had many great performance experiences around the world, I also had a life changing realization. I no longer wanted to pursue my dream of being a music teacher like the many that inspired my love for my entire life.
Fast Forward to post-college and I had nothing. I had no job or any prospects to do anything with my life.
It was the art of DJ’ing that helped me rediscover my love of music. What was once a thing I very rarely dabbled in as a kid (Not many people had access to gear!), became the main tool used to express anything and everything I ever wanted to feel. Music became fun again.
Not only was I able to do something that was fun and enjoyable, but I was able to do it for a living.
I was a DJ almost every night for over 10 years after that.
As a DJ, I didn’t just learn about how to mix and scratch, and sample. I didn’t just learn a lot of useful computer skills. I didn’t just learn about how to brand myself and get booked. I learned about how to make peace with my surroundings and with myself. That is the true art. DJ’ing is you and you are the DJ.
As an instructor at Music 4 Humans, I hope to influence the DJ’s of today, tomorrow, and beyond to not be discouraged by today’s state of the nightlife. There are plenty of mediums to play online, as well as in the private event sector, and I am certain nightlife will come back as awesome as it always has been. I was just so lucky and fortunate to have gotten to do a little bit of everything in my career as a professional. And no matter what your goal is as a DJ, I hope that it helps you learn and grow. Now is a great opportunity to learn this art form, and I look forward to sharing my experiences to help you become the DJ you’ve always wanted to become.
A fun lesson with great insight and discussion. Free Course materials and tools will be provided to enhance your learning experience. Professional, Multi-cam, interactive lessons allow the students to get live assistance and feedback to ensure maximum results.
Students will also have access to original youtube content that can be used in the supplement to their learning.
BA - Rutgers University
BA-Music - Rutgers University
Resident Video DJ at Comedy Cellar NYC
Freelance Video DJ
To get the best music lesson online experience, you will need a...Read More
To get the best music lesson online experience, you will need a computer or tablet with a webcam and microphone connected to a good Internet connection, with a download speed preferably above 25 Mbps, your instrument (of course), and any equipment recommended by your teacher before the lesson. Your booking confirmation email will include a link and details on how to join.
Online Lessons are all attended on the Zoom video conferencing platform. After...Read More
Online Lessons are all attended on the Zoom video conferencing platform. After you book, you’ll receive an email confirmation with a link to your upcoming lesson that you’ll join using a web browser or the Zoom app. Lessons use both audio and video, so make sure that you can meet the system requirement before booking a lesson. Online lessons are interactive, so you’ll be able to communicate with your teacher, ask questions, and comment as much as you like.
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Lessons can be canceled or rescheduled directly on the platform using the cancel/reschedule function in the Booked Lesson section of your Dashboard at least 24 hours before the lesson time. If you need to cancel a lesson, do so by clicking on the “Cancel” button on your booked lesson and your teacher will be notified automatically.
You can always think ahead and get a few things ready before...Read More
You can always think ahead and get a few things ready before your lessons. Make sure to tune your instrument before the lesson. Bring à a notepad and anything you might need to write down notes. We strongly recommend testing your video conference settings at least 15 min before each lesson to avoid any unwanted technical issues during the lesson.
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