The Future is Female this Friday

This Friday we’re hosting nine females who represent just a small part of the women who have graduated from our classes over the last five years, but they do rule. MEET THEM AND LEARN FROM THEM this Friday at 7pm.

DJ Dissoule

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Nara DJ

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ABCO

Beyun

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Guzzalina

Jayana

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C8 Music

Azurely

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Learn about music technology from some of the talented women from MMMMAVEN — friends, partners, alumnae, and current students.

This event will feature DJ and live performances, gear demos, Q&As, and general discussions.

Generations of girls have grown up believing technology is not designed for them. Times are a-changing, but for many women that ingrained idea is still true. We want to feature some of our graduates and have them tell you their story and show off their skills.

There will be plenty of awesome music, networking opportunities, refreshments, and fun!

Performances by: Azurely, BEYUN, Dissoule, abco, Guzzalina, Nara DJ, Jayana, Musicisart, C8, DJ Machi

Beats By Girlz Open House & Fundraiser

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Beats by Girlz & Mmmmaven present an open house to learn more about the music production program this January for girls, non-gender binary, and/or trans youth ages 8-13.

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You’ll have an opportunity to play around with equipment and ask instructors questions. We’ll also be raising money for schorlarships.

Beats By Girlz is a non-traditional, creative and educational music technology curriculum and initative designed by Erin Barra that was initially developed at The Lower Eastside Girls Club in NYC. Beats By Girlz is designed to empower young women in music technology by providing them with the guidance, access, tools and role-support to develop their interest in music production, composition, engineering, etc.

Preparing for Your First DJ Gig [2/26 #FREE]

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So you’ve made your tracklist and checked it twice, and now it’s time for your first professional gig. Mmmmaven’s own Fens guides us through your first gig preparation check list and gives tales from the road of what to expect when you’re stepping up for your first performance.

Library management, professional etiquette, and other tips to help ensure that your first gig won’t be your last. Be sure to swing by for this free workshop and strengthen your DJ career beyond the booth.

Fens is a resident DJ at Shake!, a monthly party held at Goodlife. He is also the co-founder of the now defunct Banana Peel Records, formerly of JASS, and MMMMaven. He DJs, and has also been fortunate to have played at venues such as Middlesex Lounge, House of Blues, Le Poisson Rouge, Goodlife, Enormous Room, Middle East Downstairs, Fenway Park, RISE, among others, as well as having shared the booth with DJs like Machinedrum, Objekt, Pangaea, L-VIS 1990, SBTRKT, Christian Martin, DJ Assault, Tevo Howard, Incyde, Tittsworth, Battles, Ghostland Observatory, and many more.

Free Friday WorkshopPreparing for Your First Gig
Friday February 26th
614 Massachusetts Ave. #203
7pm/Free