Lina Quijano holds a master’s degree in Piano Pedagogy from George Mason University School of Music, under the tutelage of Dr. Anna Balakerskaia and Dr. Joanne Haroutounian.
Lina fell in love with music at a very young age. As a result, she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Music at Universidad Sergio Arboleda at Bogotá-Colombia. Lina gained extensive experience under the Children and Teenage piano program during her studies in Colombia inspiring her to come to the US to study best practices in pedagogy.
Lina’s talent for piano has allowed her to perform in different venues in both Colombia and the US. Some of the instruments that Lina has accompanied include but are not limited to trumpet, violin, double bass, clarinet, saxophone and tenor drums.
Lina’s bilingual competencies and multicultural understanding have allowed her to teach high impact lessons to students of all ages in Virginia and Washington DC. Discipline and love for teaching make Lina an asset for anyone looking to learn how to play the piano. She firmly believes music is a universal language that can be taught to anyone with love and creativity