6 Ear Training Tutors Found Near Orlando, FL



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William C.

Ear Training Tutor

Orlando, FL 32803

Will travel 40 miles

$70 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Trumpet Instructor

I have a Master of Music degree from Northwestern University. I have been teaching private trumpet lessons since 2009. I am currently pursuing a Master of Music at Northwestern University, where I also received a Bachelor of Music in 2013. Since 2012 I have been an active performer, playing with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago (until 2014), the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, and as a highly-regarded freelance classical musician in the Central Florida region. Many of my middle and high school students have been selected for all-district and all-state ba... [more]


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Laura S.

Ear Training Tutor

Port Orange, FL 32129

Will travel 12 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 30 ratings

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Professional Educator & Musician (personality-based instruction)

My undergraduate degree was in Music Education. Having a concentration in piano and vocal performance, ear training was part of the curriculum requirements. I excelled in this area of study. I have taught it throughout my 26 years of teaching and conducting choirs. Ear training is the concept of being able to play or sing back what you have heard. A student will be able to identify both harmonic and melodic intervals of music (unison, seconds-octaves), by sight and by ear. Another part of ear training is being able to identify styles of music and the period of time it represents. [more]


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Margaret N.

Ear Training Tutor

Melbourne, FL 32935

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Chorus Teacher for Brevard Public Schools

I use solfege and Curwen hand signs to teach music. In addition to practicing eight-measure aural dictation exercises every day in class, I administer informal assessments consisting of hearing and repeating two-measure solfege patterns at least once weekly. I teach aural interval recognition by linking familiar songs with each major and minor interval. I am a fourth-year music teacher for Brevard Public Schools and I truly believe that I have my dream job. I run a very successful music program with 185 students enrolled in my courses. I teach 6 music classes a day consisting of 24 to 36 stude [more]


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Keith M.

Ear Training Tutor

Lakeland, FL 33812

Will travel 35 miles

$35 per hour.

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Guitar, Euphonium, Percussion, and Theory nerd.

In High School, I received a 5 on the AP test I'm assuming I will be preparing most of these students to take, and in college, I frequently would help my peers with the subject, especially aural skills. My method is to break down hearing the notes individually (teaching them how to differentiate intervals, what song can you associate with what interval,) moving into how to differentiate chords, and then after they start developing an ear for the notes, intervals, and chords, start working them into sight singing and harmonic analysis. [more]


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Susan C.

Ear Training Tutor

Kissimmee, FL 34746

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.93 28 ratings

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Creative Tutoring You Will LOVE! Academics, SAT/ACT/PERT Prep, Music!

I persuaded the music theory / aural theory professors at the New England Conservatory to use the "movable Do" system to encourage good sight-singing in tonal contexts. This is the system I had earlier used, when called upon to teach aural theory (ear training and sight-singing) at Temple University. Nowadays I find that a movable-Do system using numbers instead of solfege helps students even more: they are easily able to translate their ear-training into a deep understanding of intervals and chords! In this way, the youngest of beginners to the most sophisticated college music-majors can lear [more]


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David M.

Ear Training Tutor

Saint Cloud, FL 34771

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.68 25 ratings

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Music and Elementary Teacher

My ear training study began in elementary school with a program with Portland Parks on Saturdays. We did solfege, etc. It helped me develop a sense of perfect pitch which has proven invaluable for playing the violin and becoming a professional piano tuner. I hold a Bachelor of Violin performance and Bachelor of Music Education degrees from the University of Oregon. Dear prospective students and parents, I am a professional violinist and teacher. I have performed in many symphony orchestras in the U.S. including the Brevard Symphony and the Space Coast here in Florida. I also teach [more]