DJ class for babies arises in Brooklyn
Dance music has become recently dominated by youth. There’s Martin Garrix the 16-year-old phenom, Hardwell the 25-year-old of veteran status, and just about everyone in between. In Brooklyn, New York, however, a local composer is taking that ideology to another level with ‘DJ school for rugrats.’ Few parents have already paid testimonial to the classes DJ Natalie Elizabeth Weiss is offering, claiming to have signed up their 2-year-old children after they’ve began making music using iPad apps.
“The difference between listening to Mozart and listening to electronic music is that you can’t pick up a cello when you’re 3 months old but you can push play,” Weiss explains the appeal of teaching an infant to DJ. Whether or not she is on to something, classes officially open to the public on September 18th with a $200 admissions fee for ages newborn – three.