Brought up in Lancashire, Nancy gained a choral scholarship to St Edmund Hall, Oxford University to study Music. She then went on to study for a Masters at York University and a Graduate Diploma in singing at The Royal College of Music. In 2011-2012, Nancy was part of the inaugural year of The Sixteen’s apprenticeship programme, Genesis Sixteen, lead by Harry Christophers. She has since sung regularly with the main British consort choirs, including The Sixteen, Tenebrae, The Gabrieli Consort, The Choir of the Enlightenment and Britten Sinfonia Voices, The Fieri Consort and Siglo de Oro. Nancy has a particular love of Baroque and Renaissance repertoire. She has performed in the Brighton Early Music Festival as a soloist in the opera La Liberazionne di Ruggiero by Francesa Caccini. She has a lute song duo and loves exploring madrigal and chamber repertoire.She has recorded with many ensembles including Tenebrae and The Sixteen, and also features on a one-per-part recording of Bach’s St Matthew Passion with the Yorkshire Baroque Soloists for Signum Records.