Our incredibly accomplished and talented teachers are truly the heart behind what we have the ability to offer students.


Our Incredible Array Of Teachers Includes:

Founder and owner of Imagine Music. David Owen     David recently moved to the Ogden area from the East Coast after many years of touring internationally as a Columbia Records Artist; sharing stages with Plain White T's, Blue October, Shiny Toy Guns, Sparta, Switchfoot, Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) and Panic at the Disco! . Alternative Press Magazine admired David's talent, saying his "massive and muscular" guitar solos are "Truly Inspired Guitar Work". David's music has been featured on MTV and provided emotional backdrops in suspenseful television moments. His music has also been featured on the BBC and recently used by Utah Olympic Legacy.      David's expertise lies in classic/pop/alt-rock and indie genres, but he also harbors a passion for blues, jazz and eclectic sounds from around the world. His accomplishments are not limited to pop-culture music niches; he founded a student recording program at Summit Preparatory School in Kalispell Montana, and conducts private lessons in which his students receive their own recorded/mixed songs on disc.David's teaching evolves from a free-style approach, learning what inspires his students to stick with their lessons - whether it be conquering guitar riffs of their favorite song, constructing musical ideas and recording them to disc, or practicing for a talent show. Finding a person's motivation for learning guitar is the key for tailoring lessons that are enjoyable and that also provide a solid foundation to build a wonderful musical life long adventure.  

Founder and owner of Imagine Music. David Owen

    David recently moved to the Ogden area from the East Coast after many years of touring internationally as a Columbia Records Artist; sharing stages with Plain White T's, Blue October, Shiny Toy Guns, Sparta, Switchfoot, Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) and Panic at the Disco! . Alternative Press Magazine admired David's talent, saying his "massive and muscular" guitar solos are "Truly Inspired Guitar Work". David's music has been featured on MTV and provided emotional backdrops in suspenseful television moments. His music has also been featured on the BBC and recently used by Utah Olympic Legacy. 

    David's expertise lies in classic/pop/alt-rock and indie genres, but he also harbors a passion for blues, jazz and eclectic sounds from around the world. His accomplishments are not limited to pop-culture music niches; he founded a student recording program at Summit Preparatory School in Kalispell Montana, and conducts private lessons in which his students receive their own recorded/mixed songs on disc.David's teaching evolves from a free-style approach, learning what inspires his students to stick with their lessons - whether it be conquering guitar riffs of their favorite song, constructing musical ideas and recording them to disc, or practicing for a talent show. Finding a person's motivation for learning guitar is the key for tailoring lessons that are enjoyable and that also provide a solid foundation to build a wonderful musical life long adventure.

 

Pro Vocal Coach from Nashville? You got it! Brittney Wood Brittney has been singing and performing since she was five years old. She has studied with many teachers across the country, including in California, Las Vegas, and Nashville. Brittney has studied with renowned vocal coaches like Brett Manning and Dave Brooks. Brittney started coaching students in 1999 in Utah, and 2002 in Nashville, Tennessee. She now resides and coaches primarily in Utah, but still travels to Nashville. Brittney is known for her unique technique that gets results fast. She takes what seems difficult and simplifies it and demonstrates it in a way that is tailored to each individual student. She gets her students to break through barriers in their range that they thought they never could. She also helps with various other vocal problems.

Pro Vocal Coach from Nashville? You got it! Brittney Wood

Brittney has been singing and performing since she was five years old. She has studied with many teachers across the country, including in California, Las Vegas, and Nashville. Brittney has studied with renowned vocal coaches like Brett Manning and Dave Brooks. Brittney started coaching students in 1999 in Utah, and 2002 in Nashville, Tennessee. She now resides and coaches primarily in Utah, but still travels to Nashville.

Brittney is known for her unique technique that gets results fast. She takes what seems difficult and simplifies it and demonstrates it in a way that is tailored to each individual student. She gets her students to break through barriers in their range that they thought they never could. She also helps with various other vocal problems.


  Guitar Teaching Legend Jay Rubin   Jay's teaching experience trumps us all, not to mention he used to hang out with the iconic rock band The Who! Actually, Jay began his professional teaching experience 30 years ago when he founded Ogden's most iconic music store, Music Village. He and his brother ran this integral, Northern, Utah music fixture for three decades before selling it and taking his teaching practice to an even higher level. Were luck to have Jay back in the limelight, along with his incredible backlog of music lesson teaching experience. Jay is a true rockstar, teaching right here in Ogden, Utah. 

  Guitar Teaching Legend Jay Rubin

  Jay's teaching experience trumps us all, not to mention he used to hang out with the iconic rock band The Who! Actually, Jay began his professional teaching experience 30 years ago when he founded Ogden's most iconic music store, Music Village. He and his brother ran this integral, Northern, Utah music fixture for three decades before selling it and taking his teaching practice to an even higher level. Were luck to have Jay back in the limelight, along with his incredible backlog of music lesson teaching experience. Jay is a true rockstar, teaching right here in Ogden, Utah. 

 Yep, we have a musical guru! Adam Kozlewski Adam is a very diverse and proficient music teacher living in the greater Salt Lake area. Throughout his career Adam has had the opportunity to play and teach in the company of great musicians such as G. Love, Ace Frehley (KISS), Sonny Landreth, and Greg Bissonette (Joe Satriani & Steve Vai). Also, in 2012 he earned a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Weber State University, enabling him to become a licensed K-12 music educator. Adam Kozlewski is a very diverse and proficient music teacher living in the greater Salt Lake area. Throughout his career Adam has had the opportunity to play and teach in the company of great musicians such as G. Love, Ace Frehley (KISS), Sonny Landreth, and Greg Bissonette (Joe Satriani & Steve Vai). Also, in 2012 he earned a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Weber State University, enabling him to become a licensed K-12 music educator. Despite the years of violin lessons at a young age, he found an interest in the more progressive sounds of the electric guitar, later adding blues, folk, jazz and classical to his repertoire. He draws his influence from guitarists ranging from electric bluesman, Stevie Ray Vaughan, to jazz virtuoso, Emily Remler, along with his stepfather, Paul “Dr. Mongo” Garrison. He mostly performs at various venues along the Wasatch Front but has also traveled and played at several music festivals around the world, including Germany and England. Adam has continued studying, teaching, and performing guitar for over 25 years. Throughout his years of experience he insists that his greatest talent is persistence and the determination to succeed.

 Yep, we have a musical guru! Adam Kozlewski

Adam is a very diverse and proficient music teacher living in the greater Salt Lake area. Throughout his career Adam has had the opportunity to play and teach in the company of great musicians such as G. Love, Ace Frehley (KISS), Sonny Landreth, and Greg Bissonette (Joe Satriani & Steve Vai). Also, in 2012 he earned a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Weber State University, enabling him to become a licensed K-12 music educator.

Adam Kozlewski is a very diverse and proficient music teacher living in the greater Salt Lake area. Throughout his career Adam has had the opportunity to play and teach in the company of great musicians such as G. Love, Ace Frehley (KISS), Sonny Landreth, and Greg Bissonette (Joe Satriani & Steve Vai). Also, in 2012 he earned a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Weber State University, enabling him to become a licensed K-12 music educator.


Despite the years of violin lessons at a young age, he found an interest in the more progressive sounds of the electric guitar, later adding blues, folk, jazz and classical to his repertoire. He draws his influence from guitarists ranging from electric bluesman, Stevie Ray Vaughan, to jazz virtuoso, Emily Remler, along with his stepfather, Paul “Dr. Mongo” Garrison. He mostly performs at various venues along the Wasatch Front but has also traveled and played at several music festivals around the world, including Germany and England. Adam has continued studying, teaching, and performing guitar for over 25 years. Throughout his years of experience he insists that his greatest talent is persistence and the determination to succeed.