6 Music Theory Tutors Found Near Louisville, KY



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Justin W.

Music Theory Tutor

Louisville, KY 40242

Will travel 0 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

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Voice, Guitar, and Piano Lessons

Music theory is the basic foundation for all musicianship, especially for conductors and composers. Whether you are struggling to understand the Circle of Fifths or Schoenberg's twelve-tone matrix, or wanting to expand beyond what is taught in standard music theory courses, I can help you to achieve a greater understanding of music. Justin received his Bachelor of Music Performance degree from University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida, as well as an Associate of Arts degree from Brevard Community College (now Eastern Florida State College) in Cocoa, Florida. Justin currently resides [more]


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Hiromi B.

Music Theory Tutor

Louisville, KY 40206

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 17 ratings

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Fun music lessons in various subjects

I have studied music theory extensively at University of Kentucky, and as my secondary emphasis of doctoral studies at Ball State University. I was awarded a teaching assistantship in music theory at Ball State University where I taught all levels of ear training courses and tutored music theory. My coursework includes music theory pedagogy and special topics such as Schenkerian analysis and French music. I am currently a student at Ball State University, pursuing a Doctor of Arts degree in piano performance. My secondary emphasis is music theory. As a teaching assistant throughout my graduate [more]


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Jeremy B.

Music Theory Tutor

Louisville, KY 40204

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Let me help you succeed in your study of music!

Jeremy taught a broad range of undergraduate and graduate music theory courses at the University of Northern Iowa, California State University-Fullerton, Chatham University (Pittsburgh), the University of Louisville, and Indiana University Southeast. He studied with Allen Forte at Yale and Edward Aldwell at Mannes. I am a composer of new classical music based in Louisville. My music has been presented by New York City Opera, American Composers Orchestra, and the Center for Contemporary Opera, among others. Recordings of my orchestra, chamber, and vocal music are available. My approach in wo [more]



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Susan S.

Music Theory Tutor

Louisville, KY 40245

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

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Language Arts, Social Studies, and Music Tutor

I am a mother and a grandmother. I have 17+ years experience homeschooling my six children. Two of my children are graduates of our homeschool. One is pursuing his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Bellarmine University, and the other is pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Purdue University. My third child will graduate from our homeschool this Spring and will attend Bellarmine University in the Fall. My other children are currently in 11th, 9th, and 8th grades. ... [more]


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Charles R.

Music Theory Tutor

Louisville, KY 40204

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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Professional Musician, Composer and Educator

I studied music and theater at the great Youth Performing Arts School here in Louisville before starting a teaching and playing career straight out of high school. I then moved to New York City where I studied at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary music. While in NYC I taught privately and in the public school system. I have toured the country playing music and doing studio sessions for various types of artists. Music is a way of life for me and I love helping people reach their fullest... [more]


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Chad G.

Music Theory Tutor

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

Will travel 5 miles

$35 per hour.

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You Can Learn Most Anything If You Have Patience With Yourself

Hello, my name is Chad and I would say my two strongest subjects are math and music. I feel versed in teaching math grades up to Algebra I. I've actually studied much higher levels of math than this as an Actuarial Science Major at Purdue University. I've completed all the math requirements of their Engineering program and then some. However, it's been years since I've poured over every part of those higher math classes, so to be fair to the student, I will just say up to Algebra I for no... [more]