17 Ear Training Tutors Found Near Wilmington, NC



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David K.

Ear Training Tutor

Rock Hill, SC 29732

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

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Student-Centered Composer, Music Theory Prof, and Freelance Oboist

I have been teaching music theory and aural skills at the college level since the Fall 2008 semester (at Kent State, Chicago State, and Winthrop Universities). I am the coauthor of Kent State University's freshman music theory textbook. I work regularly with students in groups and privately on their ability to sing, hear, and notate music accurately. Hi, my name is David. I'm a composer, music theory teacher, and oboist. I am a flexible, student-centered teacher, and I would love to help you with your musical goals. I can help you write better music, understand theory better, or even learn the [more]


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Marcel P.

Ear Training Tutor

Raleigh, NC 27606

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

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Music History, Music Theory, Aural Skills/Sight Singing

I taught ear training for three semesters at Duke University. Are you looking for someone with experience and a passion for teaching to help you increase your musical knowledge? Here I am! With a PhD in musicology from Duke University and experience teaching music history, theory and ear training classes both there and at BYU, I am well suited for the job. Whether you have some proficiency or are just beginning, I can help you learn what you need to know. For music history I tutor general surveys of music but more specialized topics can be addressed ... [more]


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Russ A.

Ear Training Tutor

Oxford, NC 27565

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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Tutor who specializes in band teaching, music theory and music history

I have a bachelors and masters degree in music education. During these degree programs, 6 classes were taken and completed successfully. I still teach these skills to others and also use this knowledge daily in my practice and performance. Besides being a band director, I also enjoy teaching music theory and music history. I began tutoring during high school helping others with any problems they faced in percussion and theory. During my undergraduate years, I was called upon to answer questions as they arose in theory class. In addition I help lead study groups for upcoming tests and project [more]



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Phil B.

Ear Training Tutor

Kannapolis, NC 28081

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

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Musician and educator available for private study

M.M. Tuba, University of North Texas B.M. Tuba, San Francisco State University K -12 Music Education License I excelled in ear-training and sight-singing both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. In both settings, I worked as a private tutor in ear-training, sight-singing, and rhythmic and melodic dictation. The music-majors I tutored showed great progress and successfully passed their courses in ear-training. In addition to earning degrees in music from San Francisco State University (B.M.) and The University of North Texas (M.M.) I have completed the teacher education program [more]


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Chrissy D.

Ear Training Tutor

Virginia Beach, VA 23456

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

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Experienced Music Educator NK-12, theory, piano, and general music

Ear Training, which is sometimes called Musicianship because of the addition of sight-singing to ear training, is something I took for all 8 semesters in college. In addition, this is something I teach to my classes in school and to the various ensembles I direct. My name is Chrissy and I have a long career as a Music Educator, as well as extensive experience in many facets of Music. In 1993, I graduated from Pfeiffer University (then College) with a BA in Music (concentrations in Music Education:Choral and Instrumental Music K-12, and Church Music); I have also taken many graduate courses i [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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Bradyn C.

Ear Training Tutor

Boydton, VA 23917

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

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Violin, Piano, and Music Theory/History

I'm qualified for teaching ear training for many reasons. The first is the fact that I've been studying music for most of my life and therefore have developed an ear for identifying various musical intervals and elements. Also, I am a violinist, and therefore have studied the realm of pitch on a very deep level. I have studied the various temperaments (Equal, Pythagorean, Just, etc.) and there uses. In addition to the study of intervalic relationships I have also studied how to internalize and memorize them, and developed sensitivity to their sound. I studied these various things with private [more]


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James G.

Ear Training Tutor

Murfreesboro, NC 27855

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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30 Years University Teaching Experience

I have been teaching eartraining at the university level since 1985. Additionally, I studied eartraining for studio mix engineering at the Berklee College of Music in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Professional Certificate in Studio Production. 2016 marks my 30th anniversary as a teacher of theory and composition at the university level. At Louisiana State University I earned the B. MUS. (1982), M. MUS. (1984) and the D.M.A. in 1989. There I studied composition with Dr. Dinos Constantinides, and completed 57 hours of graduate study in music theory. More recently, I graduated [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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Christopher J.

Ear Training Tutor

Davidson, NC 28036

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Guitar teacher for 16 years

Ear training was part of my music degree in college. Recognizing different chords, intervals, and scales is also key in transcribing music, which is something I do a lot. I have been playing guitar for about 23 years, teaching for 16 years and performing for almost 20. My background comes from blues and rock but my primary focus has been on jazz and improvisation. I have taught all ages and levels since I first started teaching but I prefer students no younger than 8 years old to start. My teaching style varies on the student, their age, and what they want to learn. With younger students I te [more]