Nancy Loeffler-Caro was born on October 11, 1961. At the age of 7 she began to study piano. She is fifth to study piano in a direct line of Franz Liszt. She has exclusively studied with her father, Robert Loeffler. Her mother Edna (Muirhead) Loeffler was a vocalist. Her course of study has been a Russian-American course, which included the completion of the John Thompson program. Nancy received a Teaching and Performing certificate which includes 50 hours of concertizing and one year as an apprentice teacher. In July of 1999 Nancy completed her study to be a certified concert pianist, which consisted of 150 concert repetoire for piano that have been publicly performed. More recently on December 10, 2004 she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music.
Other music studies include Grade 8 saxophone, guitar, 4 years of vocal training, 6 years as a piano accompanist. Two years singing in the chorus with the Windsor Light Opera. She studied violin with Michele Dumoulin of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra. A few of Mrs. Caro's highlights during her career have been the Music Award in both grade school and high school. Receiving a standing ovation in her first concert performance at age 11 playing Liszt's Hugarian Rhapsody#2. Being a member of the Massey Stage Band which won the Canadian Stage Band Festival in 1981 as regional champs, Nancy played alto saxophone. On April 22, 2004 Nancy won first place in the Kiwanis Music Festival in the String Ensembles catagory playing violin with her father Robert Loeffler as her accompanist on piano. Was a member of the band Andromeda as the keyboard player, and was also in the Duo “Eclipz as the Vocalist & keyboard along with her brother Ken Loeffler. Currently she is doing solo work.