Megan KyleBuffalo, NY
Megan Kyle is an oboist who performs as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral musician throughout the Western New York region. She has recently performed with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Saint Louis Symphony, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, and the New World Symphony in Miami, among others. As a soloist and chamber musician, she performs with the Buffalo-based new music ensemble Wooden Cities, serves as a performer and operations director for Null Point, and is a founding member of several chamber music projects in Buffalo, including the composer/performer quartet The Evolution of the Arm, the oboe/cello duo Parvenue and the voice/oboe duo Senso di Voce. She teaches oboe and English horn at Houghton College, SUNY Geneseo, and SUNY at Buffalo and performs as a member of the Geneseo Wind Quintet. Her principal teachers have included Eugene Izotov, Robert Walters, Alex Klein, and Louis Rosenblatt.
Excerpt from Violetear by Ethan Hayden
Recorded October 5, 2017 at Baird Recital Hall
Excerpts from Senso di Voce @ Silo City, July 21, 2017
Senso di Voce – Esin Gunduz, voice, and Megan Kyle, oboe and English horn – formed in September 2015 with the goal of exploring acoustic links between their instruments through early music sonorities. These explorations have expanded to include the relationships among the early music of various geographic regions as well as the connections between these sonic worlds and contemporary extended techniques. They search for resistance and energy within the highly resonant spaces in which they perform.
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