Imogen has taught young piano students for over 25 years and has served on the faculty of the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory Preparatory Division, the Bermuda Conservatory of Music, MacPhail Center for Music and the Saint Joseph School of Music. As a child, Imogen studied piano, music theory and improvisation with Eloise Ristad, author of “A Soprano on Her Head”, whose innovative ideas and caring presence deeply influenced her lifelong attitudes, musical sensibilities and values. She went on to study with Doris Pridonoff Lehnert, first privately and then at the University of Colorado College of Music. As a student at the University, she won numerous honors, including the Fiske Scholarship for Performers, a full tuition scholarship, and was a regional finalist in the Music Teachers National Association Collegiate level auditions. She went on to study with Frank Weinstock at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music a top tier conservatory – in the most recent rankings available by U.S. News and World Report, CCM was honored as the sixth top university program in the country for pursuing a graduate degree in music – and also studied with Bela Siki during the summers at the Victoria Music Festival. Her Suzuki teacher training was with Mary Craig Powell, Valerie Lloyd-Watts and Rita Hauck.