In the heart of Dortmund, something special is unfolding, and it’s all about the music. Teaming up with the Integration Council of the City of Dortmund, a dj school for teenagers and young adults is being established. The lessons are free of charge for the students thanks to the voluntary work of some of the most well-known DJs in Dortmund.
Roxy Nox emphasises „Voluntary work is the backbone of a community. In music and in life, when we contribute selflessly, we can create something bigger than we are and resonate far beyond the DJ booth. This is why I love empowering newcomers in the industry, especially women.”
Beyond the beats and melodies, the goal is simple: to provide a space for cultural exchange and to empower aspiring talents through music education. As the manager of Palmlands Records, Roxy Nox brings her experiences to the DJ school, aiming to inspire and guide the next generation of music enthusiasts.
The collaboration with the Integration Council is a small step towards inclusivity and community building. “It’s not about me; it’s about creating opportunities for others to discover the magic of music.” Roxy Nox adds.
In the DJ school, the students are not just learning technical skills; they are connecting over shared experiences and cultural richness. “I’m grateful for the chance to be a part of this initiative, where music becomes a bridge connecting diverse backgrounds.” is Roxy Nox’ overall statement about the project.
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