Nicholas Roseth specializes in beginning band, exploring creative approaches to teaching and learning. He previously taught instrumental music, including concert band, jazz band, orchestra, guitar, piano, and STOMP in Colorado. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he served as Instructional Mentor for new and young teachers in the St. Vrain Valley School District. Nicholas's teaching awards include excellence in student teaching from the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association Society for Music Teacher Education and excellence in teaching from the Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley. Nicholas has worked as a professional bassoonist for wind ensembles and musicals in Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Indiana. He has also served as music director and orchestra conductor for musical productions in Denver, Colorado.

Presently, Nicholas is a Ph.D. student in music education at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He serves as Student Teacher Supervisor for undergraduate music education students completing student teaching. Previously, he served as the Associate Instructor for Methods and Materials for Teaching Instrumental Music, and as the Program Coordinator for Young Winds, a pre-college program providing musical instruction to local middle school band students. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Susquehanna University and a Master of Music Education from the University of Colorado at Boulder.