20 Ear Training Tutors Found Near Arlington, VA



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MaryAnn M.

Ear Training Tutor

Phoenixville, PA 19460

Will travel 12 miles

$35 per hour.

4.99 100 ratings

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Educating the Individual Learner in Music, Math, and Language Arts

I earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music in Harp Performance. Music Theory and Ear Training, Composition and Music History are all fundamental parts of the study of music. Over the past 19 years I've taught these elements of music in privately operated schools, camps, and homes. Before teaching math and grammar in the elementary and middle school grades, I was a professional musician for 25 years. Performing and teaching music was my life until my children needed help getting through their homework. Neighbors and friends needed support too and before long I was [more]


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Carmina G.

Ear Training Tutor

Morrisville, PA 19067

Will travel 0 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 33 ratings

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Private Violin Instruction by professional violinist/teacher

I do ear training with all of my students. As a string player, well-trained ears are an absolute necessity. I use Solfeggio (the study of do - re - mi) to train the ear to hear pitch and intervals. I use movable "Do," as opposed to fixed "Do." I took two years of ear training classes in high school. I also did ear training in two summer music camps I attended prior to college. Subsequently, I took another two years of ear training at Temple University, as required for my Bachelor of Music degree. [more]


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Vince T.

Ear Training Tutor

Philadelphia, PA 19148

Will travel 1 miles

$40 per hour.

4.91 11 ratings

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Philadelphia Music & Jazz Educator

Although he is excellent at reading music, Vince has an even stronger ear; which attributes to his aptitude for learning multiple instruments. By studying & performing jazz, he's developed his ear and expanded his communication. He studied sight singing and ear training with Ottman's Music for Sight Singing book - perhaps the most essential, popular text for ear training. Vince also employs his ear by transcribing music for the bands' of which he is a member. Ear training is important for every musician regardless of instrument. Vince will teach how to recognize the elements of music includi [more]


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Brian N.

Ear Training Tutor

Philadelphia, PA 19104

Will travel 4 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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D.M.A. + College Teaching Experience = A Great Music Tutor!

I've taught ear training in a university setting for 5 years. I believe students have more ear training inside them than they generally realize; it is more a matter of getting them to trust what they are hearing. Most students must develop an innate confidence first, before advancing in ear training. I enjoy helping students explore their hearing capability through a tightly defined pedagogical approach of simple exercises, testing, and evaluation. The training of the ear, generally taught in music schools by means of various exercises, helps a musician develop a more discriminating aural r [more]


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Robyn S.

Ear Training Tutor

Catonsville, MD 21228

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

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Music Specialist Offers Voice, Piano, Theory, History & More

Ear-Training is the study of listening for accuracy in the elements of music so that any music once played can be written down, or conversely, read from a sheet of music without previous hearing. In earning three musical degrees, my studies included regular classes in ear-training. While working on my MM degree at the Peabody Conservatory, I was an assistant tutor in this class for students experiencing difficulties. Holding a Bachelor's degree from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, a Masters from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins and a Doctorate of Musical [more]


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Jody A.

Ear Training Tutor

Philadelphia, PA 19147

Will travel 0 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 21 ratings

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Let's Make Music!

As a candidate for the Master of Music degree at Temple University I was offered a full teaching assistantship by the Aural Theory department, meaning my tuition was free plus I was paid a stipend. My responsibility was to teach the Friday labs and offer individual tutoring sessions for any students who requested help. My work covered all four of the ear training course levels, and dealt with Solfeggio using the system of "moveable DO", applying that system to the singing of melody lines, bass lines, and arpeggiating Roman Numeral chord progressions, first in one key and then with modulations [more]


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LISA L.

Ear Training Tutor

Washington, VA 22747

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

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Univ. Alaska Grad for Biological Science,Math,Study Skills Specialist

As a music student at James Madison University I had to take sight singing and ear training. At exams I was given a piece of music and only a starting pitch. I had to sing the entire classical piece from just having that one tone. My mentor John Cephas taught me ONLY by ear. I have perfect pitch. I understand intervals and can sing a 3rd, 4th 5th etc I can be given a piece of music and a starting pitch and sing the piece from the pitch to it's completion. My Bachelor degree. is from James Madison University with a minor in music composition. I have a post - baccalaureate degree in teacher [more]


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Andrew F.

Ear Training Tutor

Medford, NJ 08055

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 13 ratings

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Flute and Piano Teacher/French Tutor

I always like to use fixed Do when teaching ear-training - i.e, "Do" is always "C" and "la" is always "A", regardless of which tonality we may be in. I like to work with a keyboard and the Bitsch singing ?tudes and use scale degrees or numbers to provide helpful pitch resolution techniques (do, re, mi become 1, 2, 3, for example. This is helpful because 2[re] will want to resolve to 1[do] and 7[si] will want to resolve up to 1[do], for example). Andrew is a first year Doctoral Student (DMA) in the studio of Marina Piccinini at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University where h [more]


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Josh T.

Ear Training Tutor

Camp Hill, PA 17011

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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K-12 or College Music Theory Preparation and Elementary Subjects

I have played piano for 20+ years, French horn and guitar for 15+ years, along with several other instruments for 10+ years. My college music degree provided me with classes on instructional techniques for ear training, performance, theory, and music history. I have been tutoring music students for 10+ years and full time since 2010. Does your child need assistance succeeding in their elementary school academics? Is your child looking for help in their music theory classes? Does your child need help with their music theory classes? Is your child preparing for a collegiate level musical pa [more]


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Ian R.

Ear Training Tutor

Richmond, VA 23221

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

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Musician trained and practiced in variety of genres

In the summers in undergrad, I practiced solfege by sight-reading and learning instrumental parts in full orchestral and oratorio scores. Through much diligence, I've become confident in my skills in my ability to internally hear instruments and intervals within a classical music context, both through conventional keys and atonal practice through the book, Modus Novis. It is an integral part in a musician's arsenal, and I can teach them to hear each note before singing or playing on an instrument. [more]