B i o g r a p h y
Kyle Myers is an award-winning composer, arranger, and saxophonist based in Los Angeles, California. From orchestras to wind bands to small jazz groups, Kyle’s award-winning compositions are sought after from groups of all skill levels all across the nation. As a saxophonist, Kyle has studied with teachers Charles McPherson, Christopher Hollyday, Brad Leali, and Sal Lozano and has performed with artists such as Kenny Werner, Arturo Sandoval, Melissa Aldana, and Gilbert Castellanos.
Kyle got his Masters at California State University, Long Beach and his Bachelors at the University of North Texas where he played saxophone and composed for the storied One O’Clock Lab Band. Kyle continues to compose, play, and teach in the greater Los Angeles area.