6 Ear Training Tutors Found Near Fall River, MA

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Ray L.

Ear Training Tutor

Taunton, MA 02780

Will travel 35 miles

$40 per hour.

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Social studies, civics, music and private guitar instruction

I have completed several advanced ear training and sight singing courses at the collegiate level. My training also includes 10+ years of music composing and performing. I am a professional musician and guitar teacher living in the southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island area. I am a graduate in Political Science from Roger Williams University. I am proficient in music composition, theory, history and performance. With respect to Political Science and Social Studies, I am proficient in American and European history, civics, American political science, international relations, international [more]

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John B.

Ear Training Tutor

Providence, RI 02909

Will travel 35 miles

$40 per hour.

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My name is John and I am 24 years old and play piano and guitar.

Through studying piano as well as music theory I have developed my ear training skills. I am comfortable identifying rhythm as well as intervals, modes, and chord qualities. I believe that this can be a very useful part of learning an instrument, and learning to read music. While in college I studied Music Education. I began teaching piano when I was in high school and continued through college. While in college I studied Music Education and Adventure Education. This taught me about Experiential Education and how to facilitate learning through first-person hands-on experiences. After gra [more]

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Patrick M.

Ear Training Tutor

Bridgewater, MA 02324

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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Clinical Pharmacist/ Business Owner/ Musician

Self taught with a few years of classical training. Can learn any song of any genre by listening to it and separating the voicing and tempo. Expert in piano, proficient in singing, bass, and drums. Hi! I enjoy teaching a variety of subjects. I'm a patient teacher and can adjust to your preferred teaching style. From simplifying complex concepts to improving your test taking abilities, I will provide you with the tools and solutions you need to succeed. I believe that anyone can learn anything they put their time and effort into. This always works best when someone who has succeeded can sho [more]

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Sam H.

Ear Training Tutor

Jamestown, RI 02835

Will travel 22 miles

$35 per hour.

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Experienced (and fun!) Math, SAT, and Music Theory tutor

I'm a conductor, pianist, composer, and music theorist with a music degree from Yale University. My entire musical expertise and purpose centers around the role of the ear in understanding and performing music. I've helped hundreds of people develop their ear skills for everything from just listening to the radio to becoming a better musician to better understanding the theory of music that goes into so much of performance. Working on ear skills really is my favorite thing to do and talk about! [more]

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Norman R.

Ear Training Tutor

Providence, RI 02906

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

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Musical Mysteries Unlocked! - Guitar/Piano/Technology

Ear training is a skill worth possessing for vocalists, instrumentalists and students that want to succeed on the AP Music Theory test. Your listening can be developed in a way similar to exercising a muscle - with a well planned training program. I have taught ear training as part of an AP Music Theory course, but there are plenty of other reasons to perfect your ear training. Its so much easier figuring out songs off CDs when you can recognize popular chord progression. You will sing and play more effectively when you can hear the music in your "inner ear" before you sing or play it. [more]

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Jonathan C.

Ear Training Tutor

Pawtucket, RI 02860

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced Test Prep/Academic Tutor With Musical Chops

I am a guitarist of nine years and studied audio engineering at Full Sail University, where we received training in the perception and physics of sound. We learned how to discern the difference from low to high frequencies, the difference in decibel levels from as little as 1 dB to as much as 10 dB. We also learned the frequencies of the musical scale, where the fundamental E on a guitar is 88.2 Hz, and like any other frequency given, it's octave doubles. I have learned to apply this knowledge to my musical playing and have learned to tune my guitar by ear and harmonize with guitar and vocal l [more]