India D'Avignon holds a Master of Arts degree in piano pedagogy/choral conducting from Ohio State University, and a Bachelor of Music degree in music education from Wittenberg University. She studied with Rosemary Platt, William Walters and Michael Chang. D'Avignon was formerly a professor of piano and chair of the piano and organ department at Capital University. She hasperformed throughout the U.S. and abroad accompanying on the piano, harpsichord, fortepiano and harp. She has held the offices of MTNA Mid-West Divisional Competition chair, international president for Phi Beta Delta (an honor society for international scholars), and chair of the Undergradutate Faculty at Capital University. Recent research topics have included Lili Boulanger, and Chopin and George Sand in Majorca. She was featured on the compact disc “Christ Hall, Homage a Marc Chagall” as the director of the Glass Music Ensemble and co-produced a compact disc of “The Philadelphia Sonatas” by Alexander Reinagle on Titanic Records. She is chair of the Music Department.