6 Music Theory Tutors Found Near Springfield, MO



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Benjamin B.

Music Theory Tutor

Bentonville, AR 72712

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Effective Tutor Specializing in Music and Microsoft Excel/Word

I have studied Music Theory extensively for over 3 years (6 semesters) total of received instruction, and Aural Training, which is a part of Music Theory, for 3 semesters. I've passed up to Music Theory 3 and Aural Training 3 at College of the Ozarks, and did so with good grades. I write music personally and enjoy analyzing music. I have conducted lessons while at another college, Armstrong College, for other students interested in the subject, so I have experience teaching this subject as well. I have also studied and passed an examination on piano, for the purpose of being proficient enough [more]


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Samuel S.

Music Theory Tutor

Springfield, MO 65802

Will travel 5 miles

$25 per hour.

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Personal Music Tutoring

I have had 4 semesters of basic theory, one semester form analysis, one semester counterpoint. I have taught theory mainly in Arkansas. I have tutored piano, voice, ear training, and theory. I have had about 11 years college experience. I hold a bachelor's degree in General Music from Arkansas Tech University from 2004 and a master's degree in Music in Carillon Pedagogy from Missouri State University from 2012. I have taught in both Springfield, MO and Russellville, AR. I try to find what the students' needs are so that I can tailor the lessons to them. I teach in a public place on my co [more]


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Michael Bear S.

Music Theory Tutor

Springfield, MO 65803

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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From Music to Math to English and Science and back again

"The ideal individual has a balance between gymnastics and music." Plato said this in his famous work, The Republic. It was his way of saying that a well rounded person needed to be educated in body and mind. I attempt to employ this philosophy in my education techniques. Subject matter needs to be relevant to the student. By finding what speaks to the heart of the student and finding those connections to the subject at hand, the teacher can make the learning experience enjoyable. Using sport... [more]



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Linda W.

Music Theory Tutor

Springfield, MO 65807

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

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CERTIFIED English, Spanish teacher experienced also in test prep.

Your writing improves when you follow my instruction. (I was a writing major.) So does your Spanish. (I was also a Spanish major.) I can help you pass the reading and the writing portions on any test, help you graduate high school, as well as graduate college. I have had students whom I have tutored who didn't think they would pass tests, or graduate. But they did, thanks to my instruction. I am a certified (which means I have had background checks and have passed them) and experience... [more]


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Corey C.

Music Theory Tutor

Waynesville, MO 65583

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Dedicated Music, Math, and Writing Tutor

Hello, everyone. As a music instructor of 9 years, and still going, I can honestly say teaching has been one of the most valuable occupations I've had. I've gained the skills to overcome obstacles with a variety of students, each having their own unique way of learning. Patience is key, and I strive to work at any plausible solution to ensure a student gains proper understanding in various content material, allowing them to progress successfully. Aside from teaching a myriad of instruments... [more]


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Jennifer M.

Music Theory Tutor

Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

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Music Theory, Aural Skills, Music History, OH MY!

With over 20 years of performing background, I know how hard it is to get thru those Music Theory Classes and Aural Skills Classes without feeling like a failure in many ways. I started performing when I was 12 and enjoyed it. The one thing I had a problem with was learning how to read music because my choir director was too busy worrying about we sounded instead of teaching us fundamentals of Music. Even though I have been performing for so long, I wanted the knowledge that came along... [more]