Greetings to my fellow musicians, music teachers, and music lovers!
I’m glad you’re here.
Who I Am
My name is Heidi, and I’m a piano and violin teacher and church musician in West Michigan.
I play the piano, violin, and cello, and I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Thomas Edison State University in December 2019.
I love music, and I also love to write!
Why I’m Here
Have you ever felt alone on this musical journey?
Have you ever wished you had a community of fellow learners to walk by your side as you work on perfecting your technique, try to polish your piano teaching method, or improve your grasp of music theory?
I have, and that’s why I started Scales and Arpeggios.
I wanted to create a helpful, supportive, and down-to-earth community that will bring people together as they grow and learn from each other.
If you’re looking for a place to ask questions, get answers, and keep growing, then this blog is for you!
Here you’ll find tips for improving your artistry and phrasing, ear training, repertoire, rhythm and technique. You’ll also discover resources for church musicians.
This section has information about learning styles, recitals, and tips for piano and string pedagogy as well as tips on studio organization, games, and resources.
This topic discusses music history and music theory to help you understand more about where music came from and how it works.
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Learning about music is a lifelong journey. I’d love to have you join me!