Nancy's Bio

I magine if you could make people smile and empower strangers to pursue their passions. Vocal artist Nancy Bos has that power in her voice.

Bos, a singer, voice actor, and voice teacher has introduced the joy of singing to people all over the world with her lessons, books, and podcast.

It’s been an amazing journey, and so meaningful. I feel like voice teachers and voice actors are the luckiest people alive. We get to live our passion every day and experience the joy of transformation every minute we are working.

Bos has loved singing since she grew up in South Dakota and later in Iowa and New Mexico.

February 13, 2018

Vocal Exercises | Boot Camp for the Voice | Must for a Singer

Take the Lessons From Boot Camp Workouts into Your Vocal Exercises Do you know about boot camp workouts? The workouts involve a strength circuit that engages […]
February 13, 2018

Are Voice Lessons the Best Choice for Your Child to Learn How To Sing?

“We would like our daughter to learn how to sing. Can you teach her?” Sure I can, but should I? It depends. It depends on what […]
February 13, 2018

How to Train Your Voice for Any Style | Cross Training

Until very recently, training and singing in one genre only was the norm. If the student was on an academic path, he or she would have […]
February 13, 2018

Can Anyone Learn to Sing? Sure! But How?

Yes! A Resounding Yes! Anyone can learn to sing! And here’s how… The first step on the journey of “can anyone learn to sing” is to […]
February 12, 2018

Should Learning Music Theory Be Part of Voice Training for Youth?

Theory In the Mix of All the Ingredients That Go Into Voice Training It may seem simple – just do a few minutes of theory at […]
September 18, 2017
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How to be a Successful Singer | Great Singers are Made Not Born

I want to dispel a myth about how to be a successful singer. This myth is often generated out of love and admiration; the best hopes […]

Thoughts on TTGSG From a Real Teen

If you are reading this, something about your life involves teens and singing. No matter what that something is, maybe the teen is you or maybe someone you care about, it is great to have another person's perspective. That's why Nancy invited 17-year-old singer, Akemi Takahashi, to share her thoughts about the book. Check out Akemi's blog to read her honest comments on each topic in the book. And join Akemi in the discussion by adding your own comments to her posts.

March 3, 2018

Study Singing Through Choir Part 2.3

by Akemi Takahashi Nancy describes being in a choir as being a part of a machine. A machine can’t work without every part working together in […]
March 3, 2018

Study Singing Through Voice Lessons Part 2.2

This chapter covers everything you need to know about voice lessons and how and where to take them. Nancy describes what a good voice studio and […]
February 16, 2018

5 Perspectives on Singing and Singing Lessons Part 1.2

by Akemi Takahashi I appreciated this chapter especially because I found myself identifying with more than one of the “tiers.” For me personally, singing could never […]
February 16, 2018

How Important is Singing to You? Part 1.1

by Akemi Takahashi The Teen Girl’s Singing Guide begins with probably the most valuable question you could ever ask yourself as a singer: how important is […]