Nick Oberlies
Manchester, NH  |  University of Pittsburgh '15


Back for his 3rd summer, Nicholas returns to Hyannis Sound ready to hit the ground running.

Nicholas was born and raised in Manchester, NH where he attended Manchester Memorial HS.  He earned a B.S. in neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh in 2015, along with minors in chemistry and music, and a certificate in the conceptual foundations of medicine. At Pitt, Nicholas was a member of Pitt’s all-male a capella group “Pittch Please”, the Pitt Men’s Glee Club, the Heinz Chapel Choir, and the University of Pittsburgh Varsity Marching Band where he played the tenor saxophone.  In just four years of undergraduate studies, Nicholas was able to perform in 13 countries spanning 3 continents, including venues like the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France and the Duomo in Florence, Italy.

Having graduated in 2015, Nicholas is currently in the process of applying to medical schools, hoping to begin a new chapter in his formal education in mid-2017.

Nick’s extended family has been holding an annual family reunion on Cape Cod for the past decade. He discovered Hyannis Sound when a friend gave him a copy of “On the Clock” in high school, after which he skipped a family dinner every following summer in order to see the Hyannis Sound perform.  Now he’s in his third summer with the group!  Life’s funny sometimes…

Besides singing and performing, Nick loves sports, cooking, and being outdoors.  He is extremely grateful to be a part of the HS family and would like to thank his family and friends for all of their support.