Sandra Bosko has been singing, dancing, and acting since she could walk. She was trained at the Juilliard School, the Boston Conservatory of Music and Stony Brook University. Her illustrious career as an entertainer has brought her from the Broadway stage to the Television screen, and from Atlantic City all the way to Africa.

In New York, Sandra has received critical acclaim for her performances in productions of Damn Yankees, The Three Penny Opera, Company, The Boyfriend, and Godspell. In the cabaret circuit, she has performed at Steve McGraw's, Don't Tell Mama, Danny's Grand Sea Palace, Rose's Turn and Judy's. On the small screen, she has been featured in promos for The Phil Donahue Show, The Movie Channel (TMC) and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles motion picture. She has been a featured performer in Atlantic City Resorts as an "Andrew Sister," performing swing time productions for both the Army and Navy. "Fields of Vanilla" is Sandra Bosko's album of original material produced in collaboration with both lyricist/composer Steven Auslander and composer Rick Jordan. "The Witching Hour" was a notable single from the album.

Today, Sandra continues to perform and compose music while working full time as a vocal coach and producer for aspiring young singers and actors. Since her first student nearly twenty years ago, Sandra has offered a wide variety of performance training. These include: microphone technique and style, as well as training in numerous musical genres that range from cabaret and pop to musical theatre and R&B. She prepares her students for Broadway, band work, commercials, auditions for agents, karaoke and admissions exams for all New York creative arts schools e.g. LaGuardia Arts, Professional Performing Arts School, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts and Talent Unlimited High School. She even teaches her students how to market their work. Her method allows students to reveal their natural passion inherent in their acting and singing.

Every year, Sandra presents a showcase for her students' talents. In June of 2007, she was proud to present "Rising Above the Stage" at the venue Swing 46 in midtown Manhattan. A fully choreographed artistic performance, "Rising Above the Stage" was a creative leap for her students. And for many of her students as well, aged 10 to 22, a hopeful beginning to their stardom.

Currently, Sandra is working with Jim Cowen, a former A&R Director of MGM Records, record producer and acting/vocal coach. Mr. Cowen has coached artists that have gone on to win Grammies, Emmies, Tonies and Academy Awards.