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The Best Music Theory Tutors in District of Columbia

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Patrick A.
50/hour

Washington, DC

Singing, Choral and Music Theory Specialist

I have music degrees from King's College London and Cambridge University. I also have qualifications in piano, singing, violin, trumpet and music theory. My particular expertise is in choral music, as well as in music theory and... read more

50/hour
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I have music degrees from King's College London and Cambridge University. I also have qualifications in piano, singing, violin, trumpet and music theory. My particular expertise is in choral music, as well as in music theory and... read more

Laura C.
40/hour

Washington, DC

Experienced Tutor in Calculus 1, Music Theory 1, and Voice

I held office hours, review sessions, and individual one-on-one tutoring appointments. I have a B.A. in Music: Vocal Performance and tutored Music Theory for a year. I held open tutoring office hours. I had one regular student who was... read more

40/hour
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I held office hours, review sessions, and individual one-on-one tutoring appointments. I have a B.A. in Music: Vocal Performance and tutored Music Theory for a year. I held open tutoring office hours. I had one regular student who was... read more

Roosevelt C.
55/hour

Washington, DC

"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... read more

55/hour
5.0 (5)
2 hours tutoring Music Theory out of 5 hours
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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... read more

Christopher D.
48/hour

Washington, DC

Multi-Instrumentalist

I also have experience teaching music to beginners, including teaching Drums, Guitar, and Trumpet, as well as teaching music theory. It is important for any aspiring musician to learn at least the basics of music theory as it... read more

48/hour
4.9 (359)
2,492 hours tutoring
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I also have experience teaching music to beginners, including teaching Drums, Guitar, and Trumpet, as well as teaching music theory. It is important for any aspiring musician to learn at least the basics of music theory as it... read more

FREDDIE D.
55/hour

Washington, DC

Let's tackle your music and trumpet problems!

The best progress happens with information, concentration, and inspiration! Extensive knowledge of overcoming trumpet playing obstacles. Unique tactics for ear training. De-mystify music theory to give you tools to apply to... read more

55/hour
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The best progress happens with information, concentration, and inspiration! Extensive knowledge of overcoming trumpet playing obstacles. Unique tactics for ear training. De-mystify music theory to give you tools to apply to... read more

Rick D.
80/hour

Washington, DC

Abiding love of the subject matter

I began tutoring more officially while earning my bachelor's degree (in Classics, with significant additional coursework in music theory and history), when I helped fellow undergraduates through the university's bureau of study... read more

80/hour
4.9 (46)
255 hours tutoring
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I began tutoring more officially while earning my bachelor's degree (in Classics, with significant additional coursework in music theory and history), when I helped fellow undergraduates through the university's bureau of study... read more

Eddie B.
65/hour

Silver Spring, MD

Saxophonist & touring musician, here to take you to the next level

Eddie began playing oboe in high school under the tutelage of John Zipay, then switched to sax after returning from vacation to find the student he loaned it to had broken the original instrument. After graduating from John Hay High School, he... read more

65/hour
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Eddie began playing oboe in high school under the tutelage of John Zipay, then switched to sax after returning from vacation to find the student he loaned it to had broken the original instrument. After graduating from John Hay High School, he... read more

Calvin T.
50/hour

Hyattsville, MD

Over 10 years of experience in teaching Music

Afterwards, I enrolled at Full Sail University to Increase my musical skillset. From school, I have learned advanced music theory on guitar, bass, and piano respectively. Currently, I am the music director at a church called First Baptist... read more

50/hour
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Afterwards, I enrolled at Full Sail University to Increase my musical skillset. From school, I have learned advanced music theory on guitar, bass, and piano respectively. Currently, I am the music director at a church called First Baptist... read more

Ioana M.
40/hour

Annandale, VA

Musical Theatre student with 14 Years of Study in Music and Theory

During first through eighth grade, I went to an art school with a focus on music and specialization in piano. There I learned both about vocal theory and improving the musical year, but also about instrumental theory and composition. When I... read more

40/hour
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During first through eighth grade, I went to an art school with a focus on music and specialization in piano. There I learned both about vocal theory and improving the musical year, but also about instrumental theory and composition. When I... read more

Andrew Y.
50/hour

Annandale, VA

Music Theory

I have worked as a music theory tutor for Berklee College of Music. Through my job I have helped students understand musical concepts, hear chords & melodies by ear, and get ahead in their academics. Subjects include Ear Training,... read more

50/hour
4.6 (56)
91 hours tutoring
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I have worked as a music theory tutor for Berklee College of Music. Through my job I have helped students understand musical concepts, hear chords & melodies by ear, and get ahead in their academics. Subjects include Ear Training,... read more

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District of Columbia Music Theory Tutors Cost $40 - 60 per hour on average

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