Nathalie Musardo was born in Lausanne of French and Italian origins and lives in Zurich. Graduated in music education, choral conducting (diploma in 2007 with Michel Corboz and Michel Marc Gervais, HEM Geneva), flute (Françoise Moret and Brigitte Buxtorf, HEM Lausanne), musicology and sinology (Universities of Geneva and Zurich) she has also studied singing, among others with Gyslaine Waelchli, Marie-Claire Cottin, Danielle Schmid, Tim Brown, Karen Brunssen, Andrew Byrne and Ariane Leanza.
Today she conducts several choirs in Zurich and its region: Mixed choir PhoniXang, catholic Church choir Cäcilia Tägerig, Children's and youth choirs of Music school Uster Greifensee, and ad hoc, the Gospel Project of St. Josef Church in Kreis 5.
As a mezzo-soprano, she sings/sang in various professional and semi-professional choirs (Ensemble Vocal Féminin Callirhoé, Chamber choir Turicum, Zürcher Sing-Akademie, Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne, Chamber choir of the Haute École de musique de Genève, Baroqueries du Swiss Consort…).
In addition to her intense activity in classical music, she focuses as a soloist on bossa nova, jazz and French chanson (duos with several jazz pianists or with accordionist Daniel Studer, who passed away in 2021). In 2018, she founded with pianist Johannes Röhrenbach the band The Blue Crew – "Bossa Nova, Mashups, Jazz & Co", with which she regularly performs in concert or during monthly jam sessions.
In parallel to this, she teaches pop/jazz singing at Music school Uster Greifensee, as well as music theory and solfeggio (private lessons, Cantaleum school until 2021). She is also a music editor for the jazz and classical music section of Aux arts etc. (French-speaking cultural platform in Zurich and Ticino).