Bob Reynolds hails from the Washington, D.C. area. He has a degree in Asian Studies from the University of Virginia. In the last 30 years, he has sung with a number of professional church and concert choirs, including the Washington Bach Consort, the Palestrina Choir, the Early English Ensemble, the American Vocal Ensemble, the Woodley Ensemble, Musikanten and Chantry. Since moving to Denver in 2011, Bob has sung for Saint John's Cathedral, and St. Martin's Chamber Choir, has performed the Duruflé and Mozart Requiems and is a founding member of Seicento, a Boulder-based choir specializing in 17th-century choral music. Bob has been a copy editor and a writer, and has taught English as a second language (ESL). Among Bob's ESL experiences was a year teaching reading and writing to 60 young adults in Turkey.