7 Ear Training Tutors Found Near Arlington, VA



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Brett L.

Ear Training Tutor

Reston, VA 20191

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

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Experienced Trumpet and Music Theory Tutor

I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education, which includes extensive ear training. I am an experienced jazz musician, which requires active aural skills. I have taught my students for 20+years ear training skills as a part of their regular lessons. I've been playing for 36 years, and teaching for 26. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Music Education, and a Master's (with honors) in Jazz Performance, so YES, I can teach you jazz. :) I've played in orchestras, jazz ensembles, ska bands, even a jazz-punk band, and done extensive studio work, and I bring all of that to my lessons. I believe in [more]


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David N.

Ear Training Tutor

Sterling, VA 20165

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 9 ratings

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Supportive ESL Tutor for Improving English Conversation and Grammar

I have both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in music, which included courses to develop my own ear training. As a choral accompanist, I actively listen for the sections that need help with their parts. I have many years of experience as a private and group music instructor, and have both the skills and patience to help people learn. I became a certified ESL instructor in 2013, and tutored privately/assisted with conversation classes in Charlottesville before relocating to Sterling, VA, where I now work with two students through WyzAnt. My primary training is as a pianist/organist, and I hav [more]


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Jazmin B.

Ear Training Tutor

Jessup, MD 20794

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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Classical, R&B, and Pop Vocal Coach

I have relative pitch, meaning that I have the ability to find any key from a certain key. I've been trained in sight singing, and ear training through call and response exercises, and solfege. I know several scales that are unheard of unless one has been classically trained. Hi! I'm an 18 year old high school senior at Baltimore School for the Arts. I've been training classically for the last 4 years, and prior to that I played the trombone for about 7 years. I started volunteering to assist freshmen in their vocal lessons as well as in Music Theory because I love helping students reach their [more]


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Michael B.

Ear Training Tutor

Washington, DC 20012

Will travel 10 miles

$70 per hour.

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Dedicated and experienced teacher (music and english) w/teaching cert.

I received class instruction at the University of the District of Columbia in Advanced Music Theory. I have 19 years experience as a music theory (ear training) instructor at the Fillmore Arts Center and Oyster-Adams Campus in Washington DC. ...the band members showed what they had: Mr. B. soloing in almost vocal-like phrases with glottal stops...BEN RATLIFF....New York Times Michael B. is an internationally recognized musician, performing on both the electric and acoustic Bass. With roots in the Washington D.C. jazz and gospel community, he was a recipient of the National Endowment of the Art [more]


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Ryan B.

Ear Training Tutor

College Park, MD 20740

Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

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Music Teacher / Brass Lessons

I was a tutor for the freshman and sophomore level ear training classes at my university. I was the only student to go through all of the ear training classes with an A+ on every dictation exam. After going through my first two semesters, I decided to test into ear training IV -skipping III all together and finishing my final semester with an "A" ahead of schedule. I am a band director in NW Ohio and I teach around 300 students every day. I give private lessons to my students as well as a few others in the area. I specialize in brass, but can help beginners with every instrument. My col [more]


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Natalie P.

Ear Training Tutor

Washington, DC 20064

Will travel 10 miles

$25 per hour.

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College Music and Education Major

I am currently taking the fourth of four levels of collegiate-level Ear Training, projected to pass with a grade of A. This is my fourth semester of collegiate studies of ear training, but I have studied ear training and aural theory for several years independently and under the director of private music teachers. My name is Natalie, and I'm an undergraduate college student in northeast DC studying music education. I'm particularly focusing on early instrumental education, though I am taking classes in music history, theory, general music education, and general education. My degree will allow [more]


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Roosevelt C.

Ear Training Tutor

Washington, DC 20019

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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"With Only Two Notes We Can Build a Song"

While I was attending The University of the District of Columbia, and involved with the Hartt School of Music, and Howard University I studied Ear Training. Ear Training offers the student the ability to regonize an array of musical colors, when analyzed and combined with your musical knowledge and understanding; you can hit the gruound running. 1. The student will learn to play in tune. 2. The student will learn how to recognize intervals, jump, leaps, mordents, turns, apeggios, and so forth. 3. The student will learn how to sit in on jam sections, pick up bands, and church gospel reviva [more]