Nathaniel Harrell

Nathaniel Harrell is from San Francisco, California. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance from the University of Oklahoma. He plans on continuing his studies in Oklahoma to complete a master’s degree in Piano Performance & Pedagogy. He is enthusiastic about teaching all ages and styles of music and hopes to inspire and motivate others to find joy and meaning through music.


Sarah Reeves

Sarah Reeves is passionate about music and about teaching. She began to learn the piano at the age of nine, and has been in love with it ever since. Throughout the last nine years she has had a number of piano students, and since completing a Sacred Music degree at Faith Baptist Bible
College of Ankeny, Iowa in 2013, she have expanded that work into a full piano studio. Now she is beginning the next stage of training as a master’s degree student studying piano performance and pedagogy at Oklahoma University. Sarah looks forward to implementing new skills and knowledge into her lessons as she learns, as it is always her goal to build an effective and creative learning environment.


Zack Smith

Zack Smith is the Assistant Director of Imagine, as well as on our faculty as a Music Theory, Saxophone, and Piano Instructor. Zack has a Bachelor’s of Music from the University of Oklahoma, and is currently working on his Master’s in Music Theory. He is currently a member of the local band, Valouch and the Hooch, and in his spare time enjoys composing and transcribing music. If you are wanting to nerd out about Music Theory – Zack is your guy!



Jennifer Walschap

Jennifer Walschap, NCTM is the Founder and Director of Imagine Music and Arts in Norman, OK. where she also teaches piano using the Suzuki Method. Jennifer received a Masters of Music Education with an emphasis in Piano Pedagogy from OU in 2011 and a Bachelors in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from Shorter College in 2009.

Jennifer has completed training in Suzuki Piano Books 1-7 with Mary Craig Powell, Rita Hauck, and Fay Adams. She aspires to eventually become a Suzuki Teacher Trainer. In 2014, she taught masterclasses and group piano classes at the DFW-WOW Suzuki Institute.
Mrs. Walschap currently serves as the Treasurer for the Oklahoma Music Teachers Association (OMTA). She has presented at numerous locations, including the 2011 and 2012 MTNA National Conferences, the Colorado Springs Music Teachers Association, and the University of Oklahoma. Jennifer regularly adjudicates auditions and competitions around the state of Oklahoma.
Jennifer currently accompanies the Norman Children’s Chorus Descant Choir. In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys playing with her cats, gardening, studying Spanish, and doing crafts. Jennifer believes that “Every Child Can,” and that if the parent, teacher, and child all work together, the Suzuki Method is a very natural and successful approach to piano teaching!

Jessica Witt