We believe in developing a sense of community to foster creativity and joy in our families and students.

Imagine offers several supplementary group classes to complement your individual study. Read more about the private lesson and group class opportunities below and feel free to come try one!

Music Play Early Childhood Class

Music Play provides an opportunity for children to be immersed in a rich music environment. They will interact with music through chanting and singing in a wide variety of styles, along with age-appropriate movement.

Classes will include a variety of tonal and rhythm patterns that will be adjusted based on age and readiness. Children will also have some opportunity to explore simple percussion instruments.

Next Session: Summer 2024!

Class time: Thursdays 5:30-6:15pm

Sessions are 6 weeks each:
June 27th – August 8th

Fall Sessions:
August 29th – October 3rd
November 7th – December 19th


$120 per student for each 6-week session
$228 for two sessions or $342 for three

Siblings receive a 5% discount per family.

“Absolutely love the music play class offered. Ms. Rebecca and now Ms. Paige are wonderful and patient teachers who engage with the children and are very responsive to children’s moods and abilities. My son has been attending classes for a year now. We have enjoyed watching his engagement with music change as he develops an understanding of pitch, tone, and rhythm. I highly recommend the class for parents looking to introduce their children to music, music education, and to encourage social and peer interactions."

The Imagine Piano Process

Intro to Piano Classes

See below for class times and registration information.

These classes are for parents and their young children wanting to build a strong foundation in piano. The purpose of this class is twofold: to prepare both parents and students for private lessons. Students will be taught the basics of the piano keyboard, note and rhythm reading, music terms, rote songs, and beginning Suzuki Piano technique!

The class setting is fun and motivating, contributing to a positive first experience with the piano. Parents are encouraged to attend in order to learn along with and to aid their child during the class. Several Parent Meetings are included, in which parents can ask questions, discuss Dr. Shinichi Suzuki’s book Nurtured by Love, and understand what their child is learning in class.

Currently Enrolling for Fall 2024!

Details for Fall Session:

Appropriate for ages 5-10:

Class Package Includes:

    • 12 Weekly Group Classes
    • 2 Private Suzuki Piano Lessons
    • Parent Support
    • Total Value: Over $600!

Class Fees:

  • $350 plus books (see Books and Materials)
  • 5% sibling discount per student
  • $50 Deposit required to hold your spot (will be charged by studio after registration)
  • Payment plans available – total tuition due by September 10th.


Meeting Times:

  • Age 5-7: Fridays 4:00-4:45
  • Age 8-10: Tuesdays 4:00-4:45
  • Additional times to be added soon!
Class Size:
  • Classes are limited to 6 students to allow students to receive enough attention.

Books and Materials:
Purchase on your own or buy a package from us ($40) – Click for links to each.

In addition, you will want the Suzuki CD or tracks for listening. Available here.

Register Below!

REGISTER for Intro to Piano Classes

meet the teachers

Jessica Witt

Jessica Witt fell in love with the piano at the age of four, knowing just a few years later that she wanted to become a teacher. She was able to achieve this goal in 2014 and has worked since then with both children and adults guiding them in discovering their own unique styles of learning. Recently, she has become the holder of a Collegiate Music Diploma from the International Program of The National Guild of Piano Teachers; she also plans to further her studies with the Suzuki Association. For Jessica, music is a beautiful language and her goal is to divulge its secrets to whomever is willing to listen and learn.

These classes are for students who are new to piano. If you have already completed one of these classes or have already studied piano, please visit our Imagine Piano Program Page.

Imagine Piano Program

We are improving our Imagine Piano Program! See below for updates for Fall 2023:

It is highly recommended that young students (ages 4-8) take Intro to Piano Class before entering our Imagine Piano Program. 

The program includes weekly private lessons (30, 45, or 60 minutes), weekly group classes, and parent classes/workshops.

Students in the Imagine Piano Program are strongly encouraged to attend weekly Group Classes, which are included in tuition. Group Classes are an integral part of this method, helping foster a musical environment, reinforce concepts, and create community with peers

A parent is required to attend every lesson with their child, but is not required to attend group class unless the teacher feels there is a need to.

Students participate in Winter and Spring Recitals yearly, as well as have the opportunity to participate in monthly Student Showcases during the school year. 

Parent Classes If a parent registering their child beginning Fall 2021 has not already taken the Parent Class in which we read Nurtured by Love, this class will need to be completed before or at the same time the student is beginning lessons

Rates for spring Semester 2022:

30 Minute

45 minute

60 minute

New beginners
(weekly Parent Class)

$160 Monthly

Beginners usually take 30-minute lessons

2nd semester and on
(monthly parent class)




Summer Lesson pricing is on a package-basis and will be available as the summer approaches.

Sibling/Family Member: 5% off tuition of each additional student.
Multi-Instrument: 5% off tuition for each additional instrument.

Traditional Piano

Our Traditional Piano Program offers private lessons using one of several traditional piano methods, such as Faber, Alfred Premier, or Frances Clark. Students will begin pre-reading and/or reading music right away and follow the path set forth by the chosen lesson book(s). The teacher will choose the method books based on the needs of the students, and may supplement with other materials as well.

It is suggested, but not required, that young students take either Intro to Piano (ages 4-6) or Beginning Piano (ages 6-8) before entering our Traditional Piano Program.

The program includes weekly private lessons (30, 45, or 60 minutes).

Students participate in Winter and Spring Recitals yearly, as well as have the opportunity to participate in monthly Student Showcases during the school year.

Parents are welcome to attend lessons with their child, but are not required to. This program is appropriate for adult students as well!

Rates for 2022-2023:

30 Minute

45 minute

60 minute





Fall Semester




Spring Semester




Rates for Fall Semester 2021-2022:*

Looking for Online Piano Classes?

In addition to piano, Imagine offers lessons in the following instruments:


(Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Low Brass)




(Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Oboe, Bassoon)


(Drum set)


(Cello, Viola, Violin)


*If you do not see the instrument listed that you are looking for, please contact us as we can often find a teacher.

Lessons are once-weekly and can be scheduled for 30, 45, or 60 minutes each.

Frequently Asked Questions

We can teach children at age 0 in our Music Play Early Childhood class, and children ages 4 and up can enroll in private lessons. We offer adult lessons too!

Lessons are available on weekdays and Saturdays. Times will depend on the teachers schedule. We are closed on Sundays.

Yes! All new students receive one free trial lesson to see if the teacher is the right fit for them.

Visit our Tuition Page for more information.

All students are enrolled in auto-pay for tuition. When you register, you enter your payment information and choose the frequency of billing (monthly or semesterly).

In-person lessons take place at our 8-classroom studio at 800 W Rock Creek Rd., Suite #121 in Norman, OK.

Virtual lessons will be arranged with your teacher via Zoom.

Visit our All the Details page for the Registration Form and more!

We value your feedback and use it to help us continually improve! Please contact if you have any concerns or questions.

Sign up for a FREE trial lesson

Ready to meet one of our fabulous teachers? We offer all new students a trial lesson so they can get to know the teacher, ask questions, discuss schedules, and make sure they are comfortable before committing to lessons.

Supplementary Classes

Group Piano

Group piano classes are a beneficial addition to private piano lessons because they fill in the gaps missing with one-on-one lessons. Music is, after all, a social activity!

Group classes foster the sense of community and supplement the musical environment that is so important to early development as a musician. Just like team sports, working with peers in a group is motivating…not to mention a little healthy competition never hurt anyone!

Piano group classes are offered by level, and will cover such topics as (but not limited to): music theory, music history, ensemble playing, sight-reading, functional musicianship, and more.

Check the calendar for the current schedule, and email to register.

Students in the Imagine Piano Program are required to take Group Classes.

Tuition: Included for students currently enrolled in private lessons

Music Theory

At Imagine, we believe in helping musicians to be well-rounded. It is important to understand the theory behind what you are playing, especially as you become more advanced with your instrument. We are happy to offer supplementary Music Theory Classes for all instruments.

These 45-minute weekly classes will be based on your current level, and will delve deeper into how music works, enhancing your music-playing experience. Topics include, but are not limited to: key signatures, scales, chords, harmonizing, transposing, ear-training, and composition.

Tuition: Included for students currently enrolled in private lessons

Instructor: Parker Kauffman

Parker Kauffman is a freelance horn player and teacher from Phoenix, Arizona. He holds degrees in music performance from Arizona State University (BM) and The University of Texas at Austin (MM). During his time at ASU, Kauffman performed regularly with the university ensembles and the Monsoon Wind Quintet. He played principal horn at the 2016 National Music Festival. While at UT Austin, Kauffman performed with the UT Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble and was a founding member of the Mopac Brass Quintet. He teaches private lessons in studios and schools to students of all ages, including beginning lessons on other instruments in the brass family. Kauffman also composes and arranges music featuring the horn. Kauffman’s primary teachers include Patrick Hughes and John Ericson. When he’s not playing or writing music, Kauffman enjoys cooking, biking, and spending time in nature.

Visual Art

Visual art, in addition to music, can be a great way to express yourself when words cannot. It opens up doors to creativity in the mind and destroys limitations. Whether you want to join us just for group art classes or add them onto your music lessons, Imagine is pleased to offer introductory group art classes for the following age groups: 

3rd-5th Grades

Wednesdays at 5:30pm

Grades 6 and up

Mondays at 5:30pm

Cost: $60/month (payable by semester or monthly)

Class topics include:

Drawing skills, painting skills, weaving, sewing/fiber art, clay, elementary level art history, printmaking, basic animation.

meet the teacher

Shae Hanke

Shae Hanke holds a degree in Secondary Language Arts Education from Bethel University. She considers herself a self-taught life long artist, and her arts specialties include, but are not limited to: drawing, painting, printmaking, jewelry making, and weaving. Miss Shae has taught art classes at Bryant Elementary in Moore for the past 8 years. She has been married to Matt for 5 years, and in her “spare time,” she is an avid reader and artist, and she runs a shop on Etsy.

We believe in developing a sense of community to foster creativity and joy in our families and students.

summer lessons

Summer Registration Opens April 1st

Deadline for Registration: June 1st

Why take summer lessons?

  • Preserve skills and knowledge learned during the semester.
  • Guarantees you have a spot in your teacher’s studio for the Fall semester.
  • There are 3 packages that allow you to be flexible around your vacations, camps, and other activities.

There is no summer registration fee for returning students. New student registration fee is $50/family. Sibling/multi-instrument discounts do not apply for summer.

  • All summer lessons signed-up for must be completed in the Summer Semester. We will not issue credits or carry-overs for lessons not taken.
  • It is advisable to check with your teacher first about their schedule to make sure you will be able to get in all your lessons. Taking from a substitute teacher at Imagine may be an option during the Summer Semester. Lessons can be taken at any time in the summer and do not need to be taken consecutively.


30 Minute

45 minute

60 minute

Option 1: 10 lessons

(2 equal monthly payments due July 10th)*




Option 2: 8 Lessons

(2 equal monthly payments due July 10th)*




Option 3: 4 lessons

(1 payment due on June 10th)




*Or pay total in advance on June 10th.

How to register for summer:

  • Current Students: Sign into the Student Portal and fill out the Google Form on the homepage.
  • New Students: Register via the Registration Form and then fill out the Google Form on the homepage.

summer camps

Enrollment opens April 1st, 2024!

We are excited to offer the following Summer Camps for 2024!

Camps are a great way to immerse students in their field of study…or try something new!

Check out the information below and let us know if you have any questions!

Music Camp

June 24-28, 2024

  • Who: Beginning musicians, Pre-K through 6th grade
  • What: Spend a week with us trying out new instruments in age-appropriate classes! Topics include: Intro to Piano (up to 4th grade), Instrument Petting Zoo, Music games, and more! 5th and 6th graders will get to try instruments to help them choose what to play in school orchestra or band.
  • Times: 
    • Ages 4-6: 9:00-10:30am
    • Ages 7-9: 11:00am-1:00pm
    • Ages 10-12: 1:00-3:00pm
  • Where: Imagine Music and Arts
  • Teacher: Director, Jennifer Walschap, and others
  • Cost:
    • Ages 4-6: $115/student
    • Ages 7-9 and 10-12: $150/student
  • Registration:
    • Current Imagine Students: Log into the Student Portal, navigate to June on the calendar, click on Music Camp for appropriate age group and click Register.
    • New or non-Imagine Students: Register with Imagine, choosing Music Camp and the appropriate age group as your ‘Instrument.’ Then follow the instructions above.
    • Registration Opens April 1st, Deadline June 1st. 

Drama Camp

  • Who: Grades 6-8th
  • What: For five whole days come live your dream to be a drama queen or king! We will be learning different aspects of the theater, from learning how to monologue to performing a musical piece to discovering about past theater geniuses! Then Friday join us for our very own presentation!
  • When: July 18th-22nd, 10am-2pm daily
  • Where: Imagine Music and Arts
  • Teacher: Jessica Witt
  • Cost: $150 per student, 5% sibling discount; $50 deposit required to hold your spot.
  • Registration: 
    • Current Imagine Students: Log in to your MMS account, navigate to July on the calendar, click on Drama Camp and click Register.
    • New or non-Imagine Students: Register with Imagine and then follow the instructions above.
    • Registration deadline: July 1, 2022

Need help? Email


Piano Camp

Two Camps: June 17-21 or 

July 8-12, 2024

  • Who: Piano students of Imagine or elsewhere who have basic music-reading skills.
  • What: A fun 5-day camp full of piano duets, trios, and ensembles; music theory and history; art class; and fun! We will share all our hard work with a performance for family and friends on Friday!
  • When: Monday-Thursday: 9:45am-4:00pm
                Friday: 9:45am-Noon
  • Where: Imagine Music and Arts
  • Teachers: Jennifer Walschap, Jessica Witt, and more!
  • Cost: $225 per camp/$430 for both
    (Late Registration $250 per camp if space allows.)
  • Registration:
    • Current Imagine Students: Log into the Student Portal, navigate to June or July on the calendar, click on Piano Camp and click Register.
    • New or non-Imagine Students: Register with Imagine, choosing Piano Camp as your ‘Instrument,’ and then follow the instructions above.
    • Registration deadline for Camp #1 – EXTENDED to May 17th!
    • Deadline for Camp #2 – June 8th!

Songwriting Camp

  • Who: Aspiring songwriters ages 12-18 who have some experience singing or playing an instrument
  • What: A 5 day camp where students will practice writing their own music and workshopping their songs with others. We’ll learn about music theory, lyric writing, and song structure, empowering students to craft their own songs that they will record on the last day of class.
  • When: June 20-24, 2022, 10am-2pm daily
  • Where: Imagine Music and Arts
  • Teacher: Jacob Frost
  • Cost: $150 per student, 5% sibling discount; $50 deposit required to hold your spot.
  • Registration: 
    • Current Imagine Students: Log in to your MMS account, navigate to June on the calendar, click on Songwriting Camp and click Register.
    • New or non-Imagine Students: Register with Imagine and then follow the instructions above.
    • No Registration Deadline

Need help? Email