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Qoi Douglas

Swahili & Music Teacher for Language Life Music

Qoi Douglas is a Kenyan-American currently living in Africa. She gained her Bachelor of Music Degree in 2014 from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. She is a collector of music, enjoys horseback riding and is passionate about animals. She is an international traveler and an unconventional thinker.

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Swahili Teacher & Translator

For me Kiswahili (Swahili for short) is a beautiful melodic language that’s been part of my life since birth and is one of the most widely spoken languages in Africa (mainly east and
central Africa). In my lessons I hope to give you the confidence and skills to use Swahili in simple conversations. The great thing about Swahili is that it is largely phonetic, making it a fairly easy language to learn.

Music Teacher

I’ve been teaching beginners piano for the last three years. I work especially with children between the ages of 5 and 10 years old. I always try to make my lessons fun while making sure to keep in mind a student’s natural learning pace. In my lessons, my goal is to help each student appreciation the instrument, understand the basics of reading music, and explore their potential with piano or other instruments.

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