Kyle is active as a professional choral tenor and soloist. Notable appearances and residencies include:


Canto Armonico, Boston, MA

In addition to appearances with this Boston-based professional choir in the early 2000's, Kyle was invited to join the ensemble on tour to Germany in the summer of 2016 for Reformation-era repertoire by German composers and works Tudor English composers. Appearances included the 21st annual "Michael Praetorius Day" festival ("Michael-Praetorius-Tage) in Creuzburg.

Choir of the Church of the Advent, Boston, MA

As a tenor with the Choir of the Church of the Advent Kyle was privileged to be the tenor soloist for the premiere of Daniel Pinkham's Missa Brevis

Kyle also participated in the recording of two landmark collections of Renaissance polyphony available from Arsis Audio. Click each image for more information and to order.

Northwest Repertory Singers, Tacoma, WA

Since 2007 Kyle has regularly appeared as a soloist with this Tacoma-based community choir, for which he also serves as Assistant Director and will assume Artistic Director responsibilities in Fall 2018. Diverse repertoire has included Haydn's Mass in D minor ("Lord Nelson") and "Bring Him Home" from Les Misérables for an evening of Broadway-inspired music.

Additional recent appearances as a professional choral tenor:

  • Schola Stella Maris (Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton, WA)
  • The Compline Choir (St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle)
  • Cathedral Cantorei/Cathedral Choir (St. James Cathedral, Seattle)
  • The Byrd Ensemble (Seattle)


  • B.A., Music (University of Puget Sound), voice study with the late Thomas Goleeke
    • University Opera Theater roles:
      • Don Anchise, La finta giardiniera(Mozart)
      • Nanki-Poo, The Mikado (Gilbert and Sullivan) 
      • Matt/Larry, The Face on the Barroom Floor (Henry Mollicone)
    • Scenes from works including Albert Herring (Britten) and Les Misérables (Schönberg)
    • Art song repertoire including Abraham and Isaac (Britten) and An die ferne Geliebte (Beethoven)
  • Master of Sacred Music (Luther Seminary with St. Olaf College), voice study with Robert Scholz
  • Additional study and coaching with the late William Eddy (formerly of the University of Southern California and the Music Academy of the West) and Dawn Padula