Sisu: DJ Course w/ Faye, Hollie and Malissa – Newcastle
April 6 @ 6:00 pm - April 10 @ 9:00 pm
Due to the current global health crisis, the decision has been taken to postpone this event.
We are working with the promoters to reschedule it, for as soon as the situation improves & life goes back to normal.
21 /3 / 20 @ 20.45 – All ticket holders of this show have now been automatically refunded.
It’s now up to your bank when they re-credit your account, which is usually within 48hrs, though some may take a little longer.
Take care of yourself & your peeps, avoid all snifflers & we’ll see you on the other side…
Love WHQ x.
Sisu is an artistic community providing a platform to educate, inspire and showcase aspiring female DJ’s and producers.
The national Sisu DJ course aims to teach the skills needed to DJ from scratch, the classes are small ensuring that there is a very hands-on practical approach to the sessions. Providing access to industry-standard equipment, a course structure and a workbook.
Sisu’s holistic approach to teaching DJ’ing has unfolded many success stories from course participants having played at Fabric, on Rinse FM, hosted their own events, played gigs abroad, radio shows and even full circle tutored on the DJ course!
Previous tutors include: A-Bee, Alexis, Breakwave, Chantal, Coco Cole, Dutchie, Flic, Holly, Jasmin, Jyoty, Lauryn, Lusinda, Malissa, Meach, Michelle Monetti, Nettles, Phoebe Valentine, Violent Blondes and many more exciting tutors to come!
The course is composed of varying levels of expertise starting from beginner sessions, intermediate and ending on a masterclass session.
Monday, 6 April
Wednesday, 8 April
Thursday, 9 April
Friday, 10 April
The beginner sessions approach learning about DJ’ing from scratch, these sessions are for those who might have little or no experience with DJ’ing or might just want to know what it is all about!
Where to buy music from
Ways of organising your music inc Rekordbox
Basic electronic music theory
Cueing A Track
Dates for beginner sessions: Monday, 6 April, Wednesday, 8 April
The intermediate classes are perfect for someone who has had a go on a pair of decks before and understands basic beat-matching but might need to revise this or who may want to learn more in-depth technical skills such as filter use or switching between genres.
More in-depth beat-matching
More in-depth electronic music theory
Switching between genres
Date for intermediate session: Thursday, 9 April
The course ends on a masterclass session which consists of having a set amount of time to mix with the tutor really focusing on what next steps can be taken to improve particular skill sets whilst in the mix.
Date for masterclass session: Friday, 10 April
The course is taught mainly on CDJS with the option of vinyl. We discuss the use of controllers in the beginners session too.
We have various other platforms such as our mix series, radio shows, open decks etc and we encourage and support participants to get involved in different parts of the community.
We also run a scholarship scheme for our courses which is available to apply for with the idea of giving awarded opportunities to various applicants who might otherwise not be able to be involved and whom would benefit greatly from this apply for this via firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about our payment plans please email email@example.com
The full course is priced at a discounted rate however depending on availability tickets will be re-released and can be purchased separately as beginner, intermediate and masterclass options. Subject to availability.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Minimum age is 16+
Where is the venue?
The address is:
Curtis Mayfield House, Carliol Square, East NE1 6UF
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Do I need to bring my own music?
We provide a variety of genres in digital format however we do encourage participants to bring their own tracks on a USB too.
Do I need my own DJ equipment?
Having your own equipment always helps during the course but is not essential.