After five decades of teaching throughout the world, starting in her native province of Mendoza in Argentina and completing her academic teaching experience at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University in 2007, Nancy decided to retire only to find herself busier than ever before.

Many significant issues fascinate and inspire her life: the value of the arts' and artists' presence within the community; the importance of mentoring young generations of musicians; and the role of music in Society, Education, and Health.

Special twenty-first century blessings include the arrival of two grandchildren: Sam in 2005 and Ariana Grace in 2007. These children have brought about new awareness and great inspiration.

All these passions have motivated her to develop several projects, some presented here and others "under construction" to be disclosed later. She travels often to adjudicate competitions, give master classes or workshops, and perform, taking special pleasure in trips seeking the company of her children and grandchildren.

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