Kyle Siddons is a professional singer and music educator in the Savannah area. He has appeared with the Voices of a New Renaissance, Boston Baroque, Boston Secession, the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra, the Hilton Head Orchestra and the Savannah Philharmonic. He has worked with Robert Page, Martin Katz and Pierre Boulez. Equally at home with opera or art song, he is a passionate proponent of the music of living composers, including Jake Heggie, John Harbison, Kaija Saariaho, and Pulitzer Prize winner Steven Stucky. Kyle holds a bachelor’s degree from the Manhattan School of Music, a masters from the Longy School in Boston, and a doctorate from University of North Texas. He is an accomplished rehearsal accompanist, a valued member of the bass section, and a skilled language coach. Kyle is the father of two young children and loves craft coffee and all things Disney.