Kyle Sandall serves as a vocal teaching artist, clinician, contest judge, and private voice instructor. He is an active singer throughout the region, performing with Opera Omaha, the First-Plymouth Choir in Lincoln Nebraska, Sounding Light in Detroit Michigan, Resonance in Omaha, and was previously a member of the South Dakota Chorale.
As a concert soloist, Kyle has sung Mozart’s Requiem, Brahms German Requiem, Faure’s Requiem, Hayden’s Creation, and Handel’s Messiah on a number of occasions. In January 2020 he will be making his Omaha Symphony debut, singing as the bass soloist for Stravinsky's Pulcinella. Sandall has sung throughout the country in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota, Illinois, New York, Michigan, and Missouri.
Kyle is an active educator and performer in the Omaha and Lincoln metropolitan areas. After graduating with a Bachelor of Music degree from Hastings College, Neb., Sandall was awarded a teaching assistantship to the graduate program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he received his Master of Music degree in vocal performance.
Kyle has performed in many musical theater and opera roles throughout the region including: Imperial Commissioner in Madama Butterfly; Alexander Molkov in Chess; the title role in Sweeney Todd; George Benton in Dead Man Walking; Billy Bigelow in Carousel; Demetrius in Midsummer Night’s Dream; Priest Guide in Die Zauberflöte ; Officer Lockstock in Urinetown; Ben in Telephone; Barry in Later that Same Evening; Oz in The Wizard of Oz; and Trevor Greydon in Thoroughly Modern Millie.