Nancy Fox was impeccably schooled in the classical tradition at the mozarteum Academy of Music in Salzburg, Austria (Lieder & Opera), West Virginia University School of music (BM in Voice), University of Michigan (MM in Voice), and the Juilliard School in NYC (Doctoral Work).

Fox posseses a pure soprano with easy range and agility and is able to adapt her golden sound to the style of music at hand. With an even spin and easy top, her voice shines in Mozart and Puccini alike, and to the oratorio repertoire, Mendelssohn and Handel fit perfectly.

Her career has collected a long list of stellar reviews from oratorio, opera and concert performances. Her voice has exemplified a steady development of a natural born ability toward a broader scope of musical styles. In the reviews of Porter, Gershwin, and Jerome Kern, she is set free to entertain and use her copious vocal gifts to perfection. Concertizing in a sacred setting. her instinctive musicality shines as she reveals her roots in that tradition. At times, she has a gospel approach to pieces in that style.

Fox can be heard extensively on the Music Minus One label in thirteen different musical theatre roles, including Christine in "Phantom of the Opera." She has performed throughout the USA and has appeared as a guest of the UN and the Peoples Republic of China in Shanghai and Beijing. The Pittsburgh Symphony, The Detroit Symphony, and the New Jersey Pops have featured Ms. Fox as a guest soloist.

Current vehicles for Fox are "You're the Top," a three person Cole Porter revue with a long and illustrious history of performances to full houses and rave reviews; "A Bouquet of Songs," her extremely popular solo concert program in which the audience chooses the program from over seventy-five pieces in a variety of style; and "Two and a Half Sopranos" (two sopranos and a mezzo soprano - the half), a gently comical musical revue with three divas of equal acclaim who sing gorgeously.

All of Fox's programs have orchestral arrangements available or can be performed with one or two pianos.

"Fox has an elegant soprano, one of those truly beautiful voices that Immediately lets you know she's sung serious music. With a winning smile, the woman entertains!" - Newark Star Ledger

"...beautiful!...Fox brought singing that moves the heart." Shanghai, China

"...Fox sang with impressive interpretations in high, clear, beautiful tones." -Salzburger Nachrichten

"...her limpid soprano cut through the hall, was exquisite and thrilled."
-Salt Lake Tribune

"...multi-talented! Fox is a stellar talent with a comic sense who can sing and dance, and hold an audience." -Atlantic City Press

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