In Their Own Words
"Learning a language is not simply memorizing material; it is learning a skill, very similar to the process of learning music. A language is a living thing, in constant evolution, a knowledge that can always be useful and a student can always fall back on. But it also unwraps a different way of thinking, a different perspective on thoughts, culture, and perception. It is inspiring and constructive."
"Communication is a strong motivation, and that’s why we try to keep classes practical. It is amazing how much better a grammar structure can stick to a student’s memory when being used. Learning the basics of structure comes together with practicing the fields of speaking, reading, writing and understanding. But definitely nothing is more inspiring than being in the city of Valencia. Living abroad is already a step into a new world; learning its language and culture is simply what follows naturally."
"Having studied theater, education, and translation, as well as my doctorate courses in semiology, I not only teach languages but have also been involved in the local music culture of Valencia with my radio show, DJ gigs, concert promoting, and writing in music magazines. With several short stories and poems published, I also teach several literature courses where we push the boundaries of literature and the arts, searching for meaning and communication, always using music as a backbone."