Schaumburg Library Invites Teens to Create Their Own Record Label
Teens ages 12-19 years are welcome to participate in â€œCreating a Teen Record Labelâ€ from 6-6:45 p.m., Thursdays, Feb. 4-25 online with the Schaumburg Township District Library. Those interested must register at SchaumburgLibrary.org to receive the Zoom link to this free program. Any teens who like to make beats, rap, sing, or just want to learn what it takes to create and release a record online will learn the various roles in the music industry. Participants may also get to see their music available on streaming services.
To join the program, teens should first watch the videos created by music producer and educator Jalen Little at SchaumburgLibrary.tv, then attend the live sessions in February. Even those who arenâ€™t musicians are invited to learn about the many artistic and creative roles available.
The Schaumburg Township District Library and its branches in Hoffman Estates and Hanover Park are now open to the public, with limited hours and capacity. Please go the SchaumburgLibrary.org for details or call the library at (847) 985-4000.