Whether you’re just getting started with piano or are looking for ways to improve, you’ve come to the right place! Use this website to help develop your musicianship in addition to lessons or figure out what you need to do if you choose to study independently.

It is my mission to help you with any and all questions you might have on your journey to piano mastery.

Are you ready to enhance your life by making beautiful music for yourself and others? My name’s Heidi and I help musicians and aspiring musicians relax and build confidence with a fool-proof, step-by-step process to playing the piano with ease.

I have taught music lessons for over 20 years, encouraging students to find their own musical voice and learn how to focus their practice so that their time at the piano is one of the most fun, fulfilling, and relaxing parts of their day.

When I’m not doing all things music-related (playing, listening, teaching, composing), I like to enjoy the outdoors in the beautiful Pacific Northwest as much as possible, though you might also find me snuggled up at home with a good sci-fi/fantasy novel.

More about Heidi…

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Heidi, Creator of Piecewise Piano

Each of these categories is integral to becoming a well-rounded musician. Feel free to explore and get in touch if you have any questions!

Here are all the articles you’ll need to get starting learning how to play piano. From hand technique to practice planning to basic music theory, it’s all here to lead the way to your music goals.

Here you’ll find plenty of information on how to continue improving as you progress in your music. From locking down a fool-proof practice routine to switching things up when they start to get stale, here you’ll find all the help you need and more.

Sharing your musical talents with others is extremely powerful, both to you as a musician and as a person, as well as to those you are sharing with. Find out how you can go about putting on performances here.

The more you understand about music, the easier it will be to learn and perform it. It can also be very fun and rewarding to know the inter-workings of a piece, as well as the historical background of the composer.

Your music practice shouldn’t be limited to when you’re at the piano. Find out here what else you can be doing to support both your mind and your body for optimal music-making.