The following professionals offer coaching related to ear training and sight-singing.

TINA CHANCY, PhD

LEARN TO SIGHT SING. Pass that audition—stay on pitch—read music fluently. In my 40 years of experience I've found that EVERYONE can improve his or her musical skills. Difficult cases a specialty. Northern VA studio, flexible hours.
www.tinachancey.net
www.hesperus.org
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ALICIA KOPFSTEIN-PENK – Faculty-in-Residence:

American University. BM, MM, from American University; doctoral candidate in music history with theory minor at Catholic University of America. Classes and private lessons available in sight singing/musicianship, music theory, classical and folk guitar. Students from Washington National Opera, In Series, Master Chorale of Washington, Cathedral Choral Society, Washington Chorus, National Philharmonic Chorale, et al. Virtual sight singing lessons available. Studio in Bethesda, MD.

References: Elizabeth Daniels (NATS, Vocal Arts Society); Donald McCullough (Master Chorale of Washington); J. Reilley Lewis (Cathedral Chorale Society).

Phone: (301) 564-1467
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JOHN RHODES, tenor

Studios: Music and Arts (Springfield, VA)
B.A. and M.A. from Indiana U. of PA. Teaching since 1965; Fairfax County Public Schools and private instruction. Metropolitan Chorus, Washington Opera Chorus, Kennedy Center Handel Festival Chorus, and U.S. Army Chorus.

Call (h) 703-451-7357; (c) 703-309-9418; Music and Arts: 703-451-0875.
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DALCROZE EURHYTHMICS at LEVINE SCHOOL

http://www.levineschool.org/school/2005-06CS/Dalcroze.pdf