6 General Music Tutors Found Near Alexandria, VA



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Joshua M.

General Music Tutor

Falls Church, VA 22042

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

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Experienced Guitar/Vocal Teacher

I have been a musician for over 13 years now, specializing in guitar, singing, and music theory. I have experience with teaching both guitar and voice to a wide range of students (ages 6-60). I have been in a few bands and currently am a solo artist putting together an album of acoustic guitar cover songs. I have studied under both a guitar and a vocal coach for the past 5 years, and am continuously learning through coaching and self-taught methods. I have been playing the guitar for over 13 years and have been teaching for 2 years now. I have taught school aged children (6-8) and also adults [more]


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Dan W.

General Music Tutor

Arlington, VA 22201

Will travel 25 miles

$55 per hour.

4.99 297 ratings

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Skilled, patient and experienced tutor

I have experience in music from playing in band for 7 years in middle school and high school. I also was a part of an orchestra while in college. I have experience teaching basic music skills including how to read music. My name is Dan and I am a tutor that may help you! My educational background includes a BA in Environmental Studies from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I hold a Master of Public Administration degree from George Mason University. I have doctoral coursework from George Mason University in Education. I have experience teaching part-time for over 9.5 years and [more]


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Roosevelt C.

General Music Tutor

Washington, DC 20019

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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"With Only Two Notes We Can Build a Song"

My Time at UDC was as a Full Music Major, which included Ear Training & Sight Reading, Piano, Private Bass lesson, Music Theory, and Jazz History, all while Performing 6 nights a week at The Hyatt Regency Hotel in Crystal City. Music is an art form whose core is sound and silence. The student will learn about Pitch. The Student will learn about Melody and Harmony. The student will learn about tempo, meter, and articulation. The sttudent will learn about Dynamics. Music ranges from strict organized composition,and improvisational art form. The student will learn the division of Music. The s [more]


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Avril C.

General Music Tutor

Washington, DC 20002

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Private Flute Instructor

I have a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in music and have worked as a performer and music teacher for the past 15 years. I am a flute instructor and performer with 15 years of professional experience. I recently left a job where I played in military bands for the past twelve years. During that time I was also able to teach several master classes to a variety of students. Prior to my time in the military, I performed with orchestras and chamber groups, taught private flute and was on the faculty at a small university. While I believe that music fundamentals are important in develop [more]


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Adelaida A.

General Music Tutor

Washington, DC 20007

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Certified Teacher K-12 to University with a Master's Degree.

I have a BA degree in Music and I went to one of the best schools in the country, the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia where I studied vocal performance. There I did vocal music in Spanish English, Italian, French and German. I enjoy opera and symphony and travel to other countries to hear musical performances. I love world music also, including the Caribbean Is. music and music from the Indians in Latin America or Jazz in North America. I love music but my training is as an opera singer and concert singer. [more]


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John H.

General Music Tutor

Washington, DC 20008

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.62 13 ratings

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I have always enjoyed teaching, and seeing a student learn.

I have a degree in music education from the University of Minnesota. After one year of teaching public school instrumental and vocal music, I was a substitute teacher in the Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN school districts for about three years. After retiring from the federal government, I taught music lessons in trombone and other instruments for two music stores and two tutoring companies in the Washington DC area. My bachelor's degree is in music education, and I taught instrumental and vocal music for one year in a small town in northern Minnesota. After leaving that position, I was a sub [more]