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DJ Hopefuls Learn the Moves at DC DJ Schooli
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June Soh
December 21, 2012 3:37 AM
From hip hop parties in the suburbs to dance clubs in the cities, DJs are spinning and mixing music for audiences young and old. In recent years, some DJs have become international superstars - better known than the groups whose music they play! Those who aspire to a career in this growing field can now learn and hone their skills at DJ schools. VOA's June Soh takes us to the Beat Refinery, the first such school in the Washington area. Faith Lapidus narrates the story.

DJ Hopefuls Learn the Moves at DC DJ School

June Soh

Published December 20, 2012

From hip hop parties in the suburbs to dance clubs in the cities, DJs are spinning and mixing music for audiences young and old. In recent years, some DJs have become international superstars - better known than the groups whose music they play! Those who aspire to a career in this growing field can now learn and hone their skills at DJ schools. VOA's June Soh takes us to the Beat Refinery, the first such school in the Washington area. Faith Lapidus narrates the story.


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