General Info



If you're looking for the instrument rental companies who were at our open house, here they are:



Please review these beginning note exercises:
 

This is an intermediate level note exercise:


This is advanced:
Challenge yourself - select your instrument below and answer 50 note name questions. You should know all of the notes that are on this quiz:
Find your instrument and complete the note task.  WATCH OUT FOR YOUR KEY SIGNATURES
 

 
 

 


Here is a copy of our Handbook if you did not get yours - CLICK


Note Name Exercises
Try these:

Click the links below to practice naming notes with exercises from musictheory.net. Need a little more help? Click here for a tutorial on the basics including the staff, clefs, and ledger lines.

Level 1: Lines and spaces. Only notes written within the staff are included. No sharps or flats (accidentals) are used.
Treble Clef
Bass Clef

Level 2: Lines, spaces, and ledger lines (contains notes written up to two ledger lines above and below the staff, and no accidentals.)
Treble Clef
Bass Clef

Level 3: Extended Range (contains notes written up to two ledger lines above and below the staff, and accidentals)
Treble Clef
Bass Clef

Note Name Challenge - compete against your friends for the fastest time.

Rhythm Repeater

Rhythm Reader

ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED IN LEARNING AND PERFORMING THEIR RHYTHMS MORE ACCURATELY MUST CHECK OUT THIS LINK: WEBRHYTHMS