The 2012-13 season ended on quite a high note. Kyle won every job search he was a finalist in this year and was appointed the new Music Director and Conductor for both the Springfield Symphony in Missouri and the Topeka Symphony in Kansas. He is thrilled to take on these two new posts and to assume a leading role in the cultural and artistic life of this region.
Kyle's current orchestras, the North State Symphony and Juneau Symphony, are both completing exciting and successful seasons, including sell-out performances of Beethoven's 9th in both cities and new concerts for children and families. In June, Kyle will share the podium with former head of the National Endowment for the Arts John Frohmeyer at an evening in Redding celebrating the accomplishments of the North State Symphony.
2013-14 will be a very busy and exciting year for Kyle. He has announced that this season will be his last with both the Juneau Symphony in Alaska and the North State Symphony in California. Additionally, he will be in his inaugural year with both the Springfield and Topeka Symphonies, and as well as guest conducting the York Symphony in Pennsylvania.
Kyle and his family will be moving to their new home in Springfield in the upcoming year and will maintain joint residency in Missouri and Kansas.