Girls Make Beats… Ohhhh yes! They do
The first time I saw this squad sticking around I only though in my baby Mia learning how to do music with this awesome team! I am proudly to present this beautiful project and the wonderful souls that make this possible!
I share an article written by the Girls explaining everything that you have to know about the organization and how the little ones can join this adventure soon!
Girls Make Beats (GMB) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that empowers girls by expanding the female presence of music producers, DJs and audio engineers. GMB was founded in 2013 by certified audio engineer, music producer and recording artist Tiffany Miranda, who has a passion for helping to pave the way for young girls in their journey through the music industry.
GMB has a focus on not only providing a safe place where girls learn creative and technical skills, but also has a strong focus on building confidence in our girls. GMB creates performance opportunities for girls to showcase their DJ skills as well as their original music on both local and national platforms. Our girls have performed at notable community events such as the Young At Art Annual Recycled fashion show, Ft. Lauderdale Make A Difference Day, Feed the Homeless event with L’Union and many more. The GMB girls have also been featured in the media on NBC6, Local 10 ABC News, The CW and Univision amongst others.
GMB works with girls ages 8-17 and hosts various programs including summer programs at a state of the art recording studio, after school programs, during school programs and workshops with partner organizations like the Miami-Dade County Library and Broward County library, YMCA and the City of Hallandale Beach.
We all know that music has a profound impact on culture and children worldwide. A huge influence on the direction of that music comes from the industry producers, engineers and Djs. All of these fields are crucial to making sound happen, and they also offer longevity in the music industry. Our goal at GMB is to position girls to have a larger impact on culture through music.
Our 2017 Spring and Summer programs are now open for registration. Our next class begin in March, so don’t miss out!