I have had the privilege of teaching music for 13 years from vocal and general music courses to instrumental band. Graduating from Geneva College, I received my Bachelor of Science in Music Education. I tutored in music theory, piano and guitar lessons, and performed solo as well as playing keyboards in a couple bands. My experience grants me the opportunity to teach several instruments and music theory and performance for children and adults. I speak both English and Spanish and am pursuing a Master's degree in teaching English as a second language. I am also a writer by hobby and enjoy studying biblical literature. I have had certifications to teach in both Pennsylvania and Maine, and I am currently certified where I teach in Maryland. Music is something that allows you to express yourself deeply in ways when no words are sufficient. Learning the skill to become a musician for pleasure or trade opens up doors for you to share how you see the world, but also brings emotional health to yourself. Through a balance of discipline and a love for the art, you will be able to master your instrument. For those desirous to share their own music, theory and composition are great sciences that will preserve the heart and soul of your work, maintaining its original spirit. For those seeking lessons in English or Spanish, language, much like music, allows a connection to take place with those of another culture. Many times, bilinguality permits various perceptions by the same person through the use or understanding of concepts expressed differently through various languages. athis creates a multitude of opportunity, personally and professionally.