DJ group class for up to 12 people - 3 hours (For team building, birthday and private parties)
New York, NY, United States
This event is available only at the host's venue. Please book from the available dates listed.
8 - 100 Guest(s)
Hosting an intimate group event that's interactive, creative and fun?
Say goodbye to paintball, lasertag and bowling, welcome to the future and do it in a style that's Gotham-worthy. Whether it's a company team-building event, an offsite, a global executive gathering, a holiday party or a special celebration with your clients, learn to DJ together breaks the ice. In a 3 hour private party, your group can learn the most important basics and techniques in the DJ world, and create hands-on custom DJ sets. At the end of the party everyone can share their custom creations to show off their inner DJs.
We can host a party for up to 12, and customize to your preferences. The group class is designed for absolute beginners with no prior experience.
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The Foxgrove is a premium boutique electronic music, DJ school with a recording studio - created to give culturally-savvy New Yorkers a new afterwork hobby - learn to produce electronic music and DJ.
Our main clients are complete beginners from a diverse background, the common thread that ties them all together is the love of music, and creative instincts. We also offer private customized classes for advanced learners. Our music clients include luminaries such as Spotify and Grandmaster Flash.
Think of the learning experience as very hands-on playtime, with just the right pacing and structure, designed for people who have no prior musical background. Located in Flatiron, right next to the Ace Hotel, our space has the vibe of a beautifully decorated hidden private club.
We have been featured in The Rolling Stone, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, The NY Observer, Flavorpill, Thrillist and The Daily Beast.