Nancy Metzger, harpsichordist and organist, has performed as a soloist in such disparate cities as Las Vegas, Cape Town, Williamsburg and Hong Kong. Widely known as the author of Harpsichord Technique: A Guide to Expressivity, now in it's 2nd Edition, she is a former college music professor as well as a long time church musician and recitalist. Nancy pursued her musical studies at Syracuse University, the University of Oregon, and Sacramento State University and holds a Master's Degree in Music History. Her principal harpsichord studies were with Laurette Goldberg in Berkeley, CA. She has performed for the San Diego Harpsichord Society, Radio 4 Hong Kong, The Midwest and Southeast Historical Keyboard Societies, Region IX of the American Guild of Organists, and the Crocker Art Museum of Sacramento, among others. The reviewer for The Triangle, magazine of Mu Phi Epsilon International Music Fraternity wrote this about 'Wine for the Soul: 'Upon listening to Wine for the Soul, you will enter an enchanting world of the Baroque era... Ms. Metzger produces richness of sound, communicates mastery of style, and demonstrates personal conviction...This is ravishing music performed by a compelling harpsichordist.'