Nancy Bos is a professional singer, voice teacher, vocologist, voiceover artist, author, podcaster, and businesswoman. Nancy’s philosophy is that everyone deserves the chance to experience joy and satisfaction in singing, regardless of any extenuating circumstances. Singing is a basic human need and right.
Nancy has maintained a thriving independent singing studio in the Puget Sound area of Washington state since 1995. She has served as adjunct faculty at Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle Pacific University, and is affiliated with Bellevue College. She is the author of Singing 101: Vocal Basics and Fundamental Singing Skills for All Styles and Abilities and hosts a weekly podcast, “Every Sing.” Nancy has given many master classes and presentations, which include popular contemporary singing styles, pedagogy for transgender singers, vocal acoustics, and music theater. Her students perform at major venues in all parts of the United States.
Her ceaseless enjoyment and study of a wide variety of genres has enabled her to sing professionally in many styles including bluegrass, musical theater, folk, rock, and a cappella pop. Nancy has worked in the recording industry, film, and theater. She is a member of the Recording Academy and enjoys covering keyboards or bass in bands. In classical music, she has performed oratorio and worship music, including performances at Benaroya Hall in Seattle, St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice, and several cathedrals and churches in Europe and South America.
A longtime member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), Nancy is the NATS Vice President for Membership. She has served as the Associate Editor of Inter Nos, on several national committees including co-chair for the NATS national committee for Collegiate/Private Studio Relations, as Northwest Regional Governor, Western Washington District Governor, and in several board positions in the Puget Sound and Tahoma NATS chapters. She is a founding member of the Eastside Vocal Federated Music Club, was a NATS Intern in 2005, and is a Distinguished Voice Professional through NYSTA. Nancy received her undergraduate degree from Luther College, Decorah, Iowa.