8 Ear Training Tutors Found Near Charleston, SC



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Tammy S.

Ear Training Tutor

Cowpens, SC 29330

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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Certified Elementary Math, Speech-Language, and Reading Tutor

My experience in ear training has been working in the public schools providing ear training to students with articulation disabilities. I have 6 years of experience in the public schools providing this service. I had 2 years of supervised clinical in providing this service and speech therapy to various clients before finishing my college degree in Communication Disorders. If your interest is receiving ear training on the correct or incorrect production of sound phonemes, I can provide the service. I can make the recipient of this service reach the confidence level needed to move onto the p [more]


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Matthew S.

Ear Training Tutor

Greenville, SC 29609

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

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Qualified Ear Training and Music Theory Tutor Available

I have absolute pitch along with over 15 years of ear training. I can identify chords (root and inverted) with and without tensions. I can identify intervallic pitches without a keyboard and identify what key signatures, time signatures, chord progressions, etc. are in a piece of music all by ear. I am a qualified musician available for tutoring. I studied at Berklee College of Music and hold a Bachelor of Music in Film Scoring. I also have absolute pitch and more than ten years of extensive experience in ear training, music theory and composition. All ages are welcome for tutoring!... [more]


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Colin H.

Ear Training Tutor

Charlotte, NC 28226

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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I teach classical trumpet, general music, and music production

Ear training came naturally to me my entire life. i taught myself the basics of piano playing and composition from personal ear training. I learned techniques techniques on intervals which work well with young people. I have also studied more advanced ear training in recognizing frequency as it relates to musical tone which help in music production. These techniques are easy to teach and easy for young inexperienced listeners to grasp. I have been playing trumpet for over 15 years now and want to be able to share my love for music and my experience learning an instrument with others. Curr [more]



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Riley B.

Ear Training Tutor

Hendersonville, NC 28739

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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Shine A Light On Your Guitar

Although I was registered through their Extension Division, I studied ear training in the Regular Division at The Juilliard School with Rebecca Scott for three years for full credit. I continued my own self-study after leaving Juilliard. I also am still studying production ear training using the Golden Ears course by Dave Moulton. In my teaching, I base my entire course structure around the philosophy that the ear is the bridge we cross between ourselves and the stuff of music. I am a lifelong music teacher. While I do not have a music degree, I have had a lucky education with private instruct [more]


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David B.

Ear Training Tutor

Columbia, SC 29212

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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Composer, Vocalist, Theorist, Enthusiastic Teacher

Among the many music courses I have been fortunate to teach were many semesters of ear training. I helped students learn to sight-sing and notate melodies and harmonies I gave them (called dictation). I have been teaching these subjects since 2007. I am a composer whose primary instrument is the voice. These days, that's kind of rare. I also play the piano, but would never claim it as one of my strengths. Aside from composing and singing, my greatest passion in music is to teach. That's why I make myself available on great websites like this. I even teach via Skype when students live outside o [more]


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Katherine T.

Ear Training Tutor

Statesboro, GA 30459

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Katherine T. vocal training, sight-singing, ear-training, theory

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Music. As a student, I was required to take and pass four semesters of ear training. Additionally, I took education courses focusing on elementary and secondary methods and materials in music. As an accomplished musician, I am continually developing and maintaining my own musicianship as an artist. As a result, my ear training skills are utilized regularly and consistently increasing in accuracy and expertise. I am a qualified musician passionate about changing the world through music. I completed my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music with an emphasis in vocal music [more]


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Jacob L.

Ear Training Tutor

Greenville, SC 29605

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$30 per hour.

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Music Tutor Specialized in Instrumental Performance

The most important aspect of music, whether you are a performer, composer, sound technician, engineer, or otherwise, is a good ear. As a Bachelor of Performance, I have spent the majority of my playing career applying my listening skills to improve myself as a musician. Ear training is a basic, yet fundamental part of music education, and it is for this reason that all Berklee students are required to pass at least four levels of Ear Training courses. I have never had a student who has not benefitted from even the simplest Ear Training exercises. [more]


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Robert W.

Ear Training Tutor

Charlotte, NC 28205

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Masters Degree in Music Composition, Undergraduate in Guitar

My ear training consisted of 5 semesters in undergraduate school. Not only did we need to sight sing, but we had to identify different intervals and triads that our teacher would play. Our teacher had a sheet of commonly known songs with the identification of the opening intervals. E.g., West Side Story, Maria. Maria opened with a tritone (aug.4th or diminished 5th). We often listened to phrases and had to notate them on music paper. The melodic phrases were played three times and were sometimes long. We needed the additional hearings of the phrase. We were sometimes asked to sing some heavily [more]