Kyle Siddons, baritone, is a professional singer,  conductor, and music educator working in the Savannah area.  He has appeared with the Arts District Choral (Dallas), Boston Baroque, Boston Secession, the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra, the Salisbury Singers (MA), the Hilton Head Symphony, and the Savannah Philharmonic, and has worked with the likes of Robert Page, Martin Katz, and Pierre Boulez.  On the operatic stage, he has performed scenes from Robert Ward’s The Crucible and Jake Heggie’s 3 Decembers with the University of North Texas Opera Theater, premiered the roll of Enio in Pasquale Tassone’s “Seven Rabbits on a Pole” at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA, and was in a production of “Gianni Schicchi” as a part of the Savannah Music Festival.

As a passionate proponent of art song, Kyle has premiered many new works, worked with composers such as John Harbison and Jake Heggie, and has given the NYC premier of a score by Pulitzer-prize winning composer, Steven Stucky.  He is committed to reaching new audiences by designing and performing recitals outside the concert hall to help foster music-appreciating communities.  Currently, Kyle is working on recitals centered on art song settings of biblical texts.

Kyle holds a Doctorate in Vocal Performance from the University of North Texas where he was a teaching fellow and a student of Dr. Stephen F. Austin.  He is currently the music and choir teacher at the Savannah Classical Academy and on staff with the Savannah Children’s Choir.