6 Ear Training Tutors Found Near Baton Rouge, LA

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Malcolm L.

Ear Training Tutor

Ponchatoula, LA 70454

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

3.0 1 ratings

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Mr. Malcolm's Music School

I have a bachelor's degree in music from Loyola of New Orleans. In college, we had an ear-training course, and I earned an "A". I also transcribed several musicals for the Tulane Summer Lyric theatre. I have taught music at a grammar school for 11 years. I also teach private piano and trumpet after school. Even though group/class lessons are available, private lessons are more successful. One of my piano students has gone on to be the the 1st chair pianist for the La. All-State Jazz band for the 2012-13 school year. I have played professionally in the New Orleans area for 32 years.... [more]

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Nicholas F.

Ear Training Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70118

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

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Math and Music Tutor

I have completed 2 years/4 classes of ear training as a part of my music degree. In addition, I continue to use these skills acquired and build on them as a musician. Through practices like transcription and learning songs by ear, I use many of the habits built by basic ear training. I am a recent graduate from Tulane University (Class of 2017) with a BS in Mathematics and a BFA in Jazz Studies. I have several years experience tutoring middle school and high school students in math subjects like algebra, geometry, and precalculus, while I also informally helped my peers while in the math progr [more]

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Nikita M.

Ear Training Tutor

Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 25 ratings

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PhD student, offering lessons for students of all ages & levels

I have a BM (Bachelor of Music) in Music Theory & Composition. I have taken many musicology, theory, and solfegio courses, all of which provide high level of ear training. I have had experience in tutoring students for AP theory exams, ABRSM exams, College Prep. exams, and other exams, where ear training is applied. Currently, I am enrolled in PhD in Music Theory at Louisiana State University I have been tutoring for the past 6 years, and have taught a variety of students of different levels and ages. My goal is to create positive learning atmosphere for every student, and at the same time - [more]

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Sarah B.

Ear Training Tutor

Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

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Music Theory, Ear Training, Voice, Piano

I have a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Theory (summa cum laude), and have served as a Teaching Assistant in collegiate ear training classes for a total of three years. I am currently completing a Master of Music degree, including coursework on Theory Pedagogy. I have experience tutoring individual students in our undergraduate ear training curriculum, and am familiar with many different methods of teaching and learning this subject. As a graduate student and a former public school music teacher, I've worked with students of all ages in music. I graduated summa cum laude, and received profe [more]

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Mackenzie F.

Ear Training Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70114

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Tutor in Science and Music

I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Performance from Tulane University, which requires 4 semesters of ear training classes. I excelled in these classes and often tutored fellow classmates to help them prepare for ear training exams. My tutoring methods include playing melodies and rhythms for students to dictate, playing triads and 7th chords for them to identify, and helping them to identify intervals and their qualities by using common melodies and songs they already know. My degree in cell and molecular biology has provided me with basic knowledge of chemistry and physics, and extensive [more]

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Carol E.

Ear Training Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70117

Will travel 25 miles

$30 per hour.

4.63 340 ratings

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Skilled Math, Test Prep, Reading, and Writing Tutor

As a local New Orleans choir member, I'm required to read new sheet music issued weekly to us by our director. We read the notes on the music staff. An A440 tuning fork or pitch pipe is used to start ear training students. Once the student hums that pitch of A440, it is okay to move on to other frequencies using interval knowledge. If music becomes important as a major pursuit to you, you can learn from me harmony and other unfamiliar parts of written music. We'll examine it as music theory rather than music performance. [more]