6 Music Theory Tutors Found Near Dayton, OH



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Trish W.

Music Theory Tutor

Dayton, OH 45429

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 87 ratings

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Tutor2Success-Test Prep Specialist! Math/Reading/English -Success!

Experience! Enthusiasm! Excellence! I guarantee all 3! I am an EXPERIENCED classroom teacher at the middle school and high school levels and tutor for students from grade 3 to college students and adults, having taught in Arizona, Nevada, Ohio, and Canada. In addition to teaching and tutoring experience, I have designed curriculum and grade-level specific reading incentive programs. I have a great deal of experience creating innovative, fun, interactive and challenging ways for students... [more]


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Michael L.

Music Theory Tutor

Germantown, OH 45327

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Michael L. Music, guitar, blues, improv

I have 30 years of experience performing all over the U.S. and have opened for or played with Chuck Berry, Del Shannon, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Otis Rush, and many more. I have been teaching guitar since I was 14, and have developed a unique approach to quickly getting students "out of a rut" and back to enjoying playing. My students have been all ages - from 7 to 70 - and have been interested in all styles of music. I love helping others reach their goals.... [more]


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Michelle L.

Music Theory Tutor

Dayton, OH 45419

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Private piano teacher

My teaching experience comes from being a gymnastics coach to being a nanny where I helped the kids with there homework. I've also had experience working with children through a volunteer tutoring program I was involved in during high school. I also have several years of childcare experience. I have been teaching piano since 2009 and I've taught students of all ages from preschool age children to adult. My teaching style is a mix of music theory and lesson material from the all-in-one cours... [more]


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Ronald H.

Music Theory Tutor

Vandalia, OH 45377

Will travel 8 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Master Music Lessons with patient experienced Pro

I have a BA from the Berklee College of Music. I also took theory studies at Mount Royal University. Ronald has been performing, teaching and enjoying music for over thirty-five years. He regularly entertains audiences in formal and informal settings. He combines a deep love of traditional musics from across Europe and the Americas with a flair for innovation, improvisation and composition. He is equally at home performing musical theater and jazz laced rendition of popular songs as he is in the concert hall. Professional Music Berklee College of Music Studies in Western Historical .. [more]


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Kathy S.

Music Theory Tutor

Cedarville, OH 45314

Will travel 5 miles

$40 per hour.

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Tutor from Cedarville

I have been teaching private voice,piano, and theory lessons for 25 years in a private studio. Before that I coached musical teams for Cedarville University. I also tutored at a high school from 2009-2011. I worked in the special ed department as a tutor as well. It is a very satisfying experience to tutor students who feel incapable Of learning or even being an average student when they find out they can receive decent grades. It is a a challenge and joy at the same time to work with s... [more]


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Holly M.

Music Theory Tutor

Dayton, OH 45439

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Patient, creative teacher who matches lesson to person's needs

I learned the basics of Music theory as a young piano student, building upon them by reading music in choirs before and after college, and studying the components of chords and chord progressions in reading and writing music. I am a state certified teacher (K-3) and Montessori certified teacher (ages 3-6), with a Masters in Education. I approach teaching by observing and listening first, so I know where any struggle lies, what is important and natural to the learner, what interests I can use to attract them, and whether they are going to learn best by watching, doing, listening, creating, pla [more]